With the Data Availability and Transparency Act due to be introduced this year, now is more crucial than ever for government agencies to address how they will prepare to leverage the opportunities that data sharing offers. Preparation will also be key in overcoming the barriers that prevent effective data sharing, including the need for buy-in, and a lack of staff data literacy. From improving service delivery outcomes, to driving decision making, data sharing ultimately has the potential to deliver better results to the public.
Join peers and subject matter experts at the 2nd Annual Advancing Data Sharing in Government conference, Australia’s only national conference specific to the opportunities and challenges inherent to information sharing in the public sector. Gain insights into how you can make the most of available datasets to drive efficiencies in decision-making and service delivery, and take away strategies and practical tools to prepare your organisation and its datasets to enter an era of data-driven change and transformation.
What you’ll take away by attending
- Lessons learned from real-world data sharing case studies
- The confidence to embrace key legislative changes
- Pathways to develop a data-centric organisational culture
- Advice on how to gain the buy-in necessary to engage in data sharing
- Tools for overcoming data sharing related challenges and obstacles
- Key contacts gained through networking opportunities
Who will attend?
Senior Leaders from Federal, State and Local Government with responsibilities for:
- Data Governance
- Data Sharing
- Data Management
- Information Management
- Data Integration & Data Linkage
- Data Risk & Privacy
- Information Architecture
- Tammy Braybrook, Chief Data Officer, IP Australia
- Ian Oppermann, Chief Data Scientist, NSW Department of Customer Service
- Marcel van Kints, General Manager, Statistical Data Integration, Australian Bureau of Statistics
- Rachel Dixon, Privacy & Data Security Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
- River Paul, Chief Economist & Statistician, Australian Financial Security Authority
- Geoff Neideck, Group Head Data Strategies & Integration, Australian Institute of Health & Welfare
- John Thompson, Director, Data Management, Services Australia
- Linda Macfarlane, Assistant Director-General A/g, Collection Management, National Archives of Australia
- And more!