Policy and strategy development
Dr Langdon has been integrally involved in developing policy and strategy at the whole of-government level in Victoria and South Australia.
In May, June 2007 he completed a Web Content Management System Requirements validation exercise for four Victorian Government departments (DVC, DOI, DPI, DSE). He was also engaged by the then Department for Victorian Communities to manage the eServices Unit within the Citizen’s Access and Transformation Division during the period July to November 2007 whilst recruitment was undertaken for that position. During that period he developed a substantial case for modifying the structure of the unit and the architecture of its main websites.
Job tracker database
Langdon has designed and built a job and time tracking and invoicing package for design studios. This is now in use in three small businesses.
Langdon has also designed and built a number of other complex databases for personnel management, data entry and analysis.
Langdon principal Dr Jeff Langdon has produced a range of presentations and reports which analyse and present data in an easy to understand format.
Dr langdon has extensive skills and experience in presentation at conferences and written reports.
Dr Jeff Langdon was overall project manager for the implementation of a major public access network of Internet enabled kiosks to the health sector in Victoria. This multimillion dollar project was publicly tendered and rolled out within 6 months.
Web audits and development
Dr Langdon has been the driving force behind the emergence of the Better Health Channel and related websites (Go for your life, Disability Online, etc.) as the major sites in the Victorian government suite of websites. As such he has a wide range of the skills and experience needed to analyse and evaluate web-publishing initiatives.
Dr Langdon has been involved in organising events as wide ranging as conferences, musical performances and similar events.
Community Broadcasting Foundation
Dr Jeff Langdon undertook a major piece of work for the CBF, which had Federal funding for the introduction of a Community Access Network(CAN). This work required consultation across the sector Nationally at the station and peak body level. The resulting report and recommendations formed the blueprint for rolling out the CAN project and related Community Broadcasting databases. The consultancy was done to schedule and budget.