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10am - 2pm AEST

12pm - 4pm NZST

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Day 1 - 27 July
10:00

Keynote Data-Driven Leaders Panel: Bringing Government into the Digital Age - How Can Data Analytics Leaders Play a Critical Role in Their Organisation’s Modernisation Journey?

  • Managing transformational change - What does digital transformation look like in the public sector context? What opportunities does it offer for greater efficiency and better service delivery?
  • How has Covid-19 accelerated government’s digital transformation, what will be the legacy of the ‘new normal’, and what does this mean for the future of digital in public organisations?
  • Data transformation as a foundation for digital transformation - becoming data-driven as a basis on which to transform your whole organisation.
  • Overcoming government’s reliance on legacy systems and data siloes to ensure we are fit for the digital era.

Speaking:

Kathryn Gulifa

Chief Data & Analytics Officer, WorkSafe Victoria

Ian Robinson

Chief Information Officer, WaterNSW

Arvind Tyagi

Director, Department of Education, Skills, and Employment (DESE)

Chris LaGrange

General Manager Data Management and Information Delivery, Insights, Ministry of Social Development New Zealand

Keynote Data-Driven Leaders Panel: Bringing Government into the Digital Age - How Can Data Analytics Leaders Play a Critical Role in Their Organisation’s Modernisation Journey?

July 27 | 10:00 - 10:45

  • Managing transformational change - What does digital transformation look like in the public sector context? What opportunities does it offer for greater efficiency and better service delivery?
  • How has Covid-19 accelerated government’s digital transformation, what will be the legacy of the ‘new normal’, and what does this mean for the future of digital in public organisations?
  • Data transformation as a foundation for digital transformation - becoming data-driven as a basis on which to transform your whole organisation.
  • Overcoming government’s reliance on legacy systems and data siloes to ensure we are fit for the digital era.
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10:45

Presentation: Activate Your Data. Accelerate Business Value – From Raw Data to Active Intelligence

Data continues to grow at astounding rates, creating exciting opportunities for government agencies/departments to improve outcomes, enhance mission execution and create better citizen experiences. But when it comes to generating true value from business data, the differentiator often comes down to how quickly and adeptly you can make the data available but more importantly actionable to those who need it, when they need it, so they can turn that into business value. This session will touch on Qlik’s vision of Active Intelligence and how it can help activate your data to accelerate business value!

Join this session to hear how successful organizations like the NSW Department of Customer Service, Better Regulation Division are utilising their data in an active manner to develop and deliver digital solutions and program strategies to support regulatory business reform in NSW to ensure it continues to provide better community outcomes with data for the citizens of NSW.

Speaking:

Charlie Farah

Senior Strategic Client Advisor, Public Sector, Qlik

Presentation: Activate Your Data. Accelerate Business Value – From Raw Data to Active Intelligence

July 27 | 10:45 - 11:11

Data continues to grow at astounding rates, creating exciting opportunities for government agencies/departments to improve outcomes, enhance mission execution and create better citizen experiences. But when it comes to generating true value from business data, the differentiator often comes down to how quickly and adeptly you can make the data available but more importantly actionable to those who need it, when they need it, so they can turn that into business value. This session will touch on Qlik’s vision of Active Intelligence and how it can help activate your data to accelerate business value!

Join this session to hear how successful organizations like the NSW Department of Customer Service, Better Regulation Division are utilising their data in an active manner to develop and deliver digital solutions and program strategies to support regulatory business reform in NSW to ensure it continues to provide better community outcomes with data for the citizens of NSW.

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11:11

International Keynote Presentation: Transforming an Organisation to Deliver the Best for its Citizens through Data

This session will focus upon the ROI being realised from data initiatives and what ‘success’ looks like for the public sector.

Speaking:

Dr Robert Whetsel

Associate Director, U.S Food and Drug Administration

International Keynote Presentation: Transforming an Organisation to Deliver the Best for its Citizens through Data

July 27 | 11:11 - 11:47

This session will focus upon the ROI being realised from data initiatives and what ‘success’ looks like for the public sector.

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11:47

Presentation: Leveraging No Code & Low Code Platforms for Enhanced Data/AI Outcomes

  • With data and AIOps platforms now making many Data Science and AI/ML techniques ‘automagic’, how can we best use this in our organisation?
  • Demonstration of Dataiku as a collaborative platform for Data Scientists, Data Analysts, and ‘mere mortals’ alike.
  • Benefits of working collaboratively on complex data projects, from experience gained in the Leidos AI/ML Accelerator.

Speaking:

Andrew Ballard

All Things Data+AI, Dataiku & Leidos Australia

Presentation: Leveraging No Code & Low Code Platforms for Enhanced Data/AI Outcomes

July 27 | 11:47 - 12:09

  • With data and AIOps platforms now making many Data Science and AI/ML techniques ‘automagic’, how can we best use this in our organisation?
  • Demonstration of Dataiku as a collaborative platform for Data Scientists, Data Analysts, and ‘mere mortals’ alike.
  • Benefits of working collaboratively on complex data projects, from experience gained in the Leidos AI/ML Accelerator.
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12:09

Keynote Presentation: Ensuring Data is Seen and Used as an Asset - Data Access and Democratisation

  • Ensuring appropriate setting and following of data governance and resulting data quality standards.
  • Helping people and organisations to identify, locate, interpret and evaluate information.
  • How to make sure that business stakeholders are using the data and have improved confidence on the analytics capabilities.
  • Reflections from the Data Insights and Programme Delivery department.

Speaking:

Guy (Gideon) du Toit

Manager - Data Insights and Programme Delivery, Far North District Council

Keynote Presentation: Ensuring Data is Seen and Used as an Asset - Data Access and Democratisation

July 27 | 12:09 - 12:37

  • Ensuring appropriate setting and following of data governance and resulting data quality standards.
  • Helping people and organisations to identify, locate, interpret and evaluate information.
  • How to make sure that business stakeholders are using the data and have improved confidence on the analytics capabilities.
  • Reflections from the Data Insights and Programme Delivery department.
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12:37

Presentation: Poets vs Quants: How AI is Increasing Inclusivity in Decision Making

  • Why community equity requires a qualitative approach.
  • New technologies for better engagement with minority communities.
  • Natural Language Processing using Artificial Intelligence.
  • Increasing qualitative perspectives in business cases.

Artificial Intelligence brings new approaches for businesses, government agencies, academia and not-for-profits to engage with stakeholders to make more informed decisions. Through the use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) Artificial Intelligence (AI), we are seeing the balance of evidence used for business cases, policies and strategies move away from heavy reliance on numerical calculations to effectively making use of text, stories and communications. Matt Ensor, Business Director at Beca, talks about this change and how it can benefit outcomes for everyone.

Speaking:

Ross Farrelly PhD

Segment Leader, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, IBM Australia and New Zealand

Matt Ensor

Business Director in Advisory Services, Beca

Presentation: Poets vs Quants: How AI is Increasing Inclusivity in Decision Making

July 27 | 12:37 - 13:00

  • Why community equity requires a qualitative approach.
  • New technologies for better engagement with minority communities.
  • Natural Language Processing using Artificial Intelligence.
  • Increasing qualitative perspectives in business cases.

Artificial Intelligence brings new approaches for businesses, government agencies, academia and not-for-profits to engage with stakeholders to make more informed decisions. Through the use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) Artificial Intelligence (AI), we are seeing the balance of evidence used for business cases, policies and strategies move away from heavy reliance on numerical calculations to effectively making use of text, stories and communications. Matt Ensor, Business Director at Beca, talks about this change and how it can benefit outcomes for everyone.

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1:00

Keynote Trust Deficit Panel: Building Public Trust in Government Data Usage – Transparency, Accountability, and Privacy

  • We have seen many organisations stake a step back from enhancing analytical capability, and move towards better data management/maintaining data integrity. This has moved them closer to changing the mindset from using data as a reporting warehouse, to using data as an enabler of business decisions. What is the next frontier (in your opinion) of using data as an asset, both for public and private sectors?
  • Big Data, not Big Brother! What should the balance be between the need to use potentially sensitive information to enable innovation within Government, and the need to respect the privacy of private citizens?
  • How can Open Data go one step further to increase government transparency and improve citizen decision-making?
  • How should data ethics inform your policy?
  • How can we utilise data to deliver enhanced levels of transparency to the public and all stakeholders?

Speaking:

Natasha Thompson

Executive Director, People and Analytics Branch, Victorian Public Sector Commission

James Bailey

Director of Education, Data Science and Ai Association of Australia (DSAi)

Dr Piyush Madhamshettiwar

Practice & Capability Lead - Data Science & Analytics, Department of Transport Victoria

Dr Liming Zhu

Research Director, Software and Computational Systems, DATA61 | CSIRO

Keynote Trust Deficit Panel: Building Public Trust in Government Data Usage – Transparency, Accountability, and Privacy

July 27 | 13:00 - 13:38

  • We have seen many organisations stake a step back from enhancing analytical capability, and move towards better data management/maintaining data integrity. This has moved them closer to changing the mindset from using data as a reporting warehouse, to using data as an enabler of business decisions. What is the next frontier (in your opinion) of using data as an asset, both for public and private sectors?
  • Big Data, not Big Brother! What should the balance be between the need to use potentially sensitive information to enable innovation within Government, and the need to respect the privacy of private citizens?
  • How can Open Data go one step further to increase government transparency and improve citizen decision-making?
  • How should data ethics inform your policy?
  • How can we utilise data to deliver enhanced levels of transparency to the public and all stakeholders?
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1:38

Thanks from Corinium and Close of CDAO Public Sector Online Day 1

Thanks from Corinium and Close of CDAO Public Sector Online Day 1

July 27 | 13:38

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Day 2 - 28 July
10:00

Keynote Interview: Leading Transformational Change with the NSW Government Data Strategy

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Simon Herbert

Chief Data Officer & Executive Director, Data and Insights, NSW Department of Customer Service

Keynote Interview: Leading Transformational Change with the NSW Government Data Strategy

July 28 | 10:00 - 10:19

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10:19

Presentation: Data Sharing – Getting your Agency in Order

How ready are you for the prospect of the Data Availability and Transparency Act (or DATA) coming into pass? We know data sharing is a key legal and ethical consideration for many CDOs and industry leaders right now. Specifically, the sharing of data with third parties which play a crucial role in the delivery of services to their citizens. So when it comes to proposed changes to how public data is managed and used, what do you need to get in order?

Speaking:

Anand Ramamoorthy

Director and Head of Data Governance and Data Security, APJ, Informatica

Presentation: Data Sharing – Getting your Agency in Order

July 28 | 10:19 - 10:40

How ready are you for the prospect of the Data Availability and Transparency Act (or DATA) coming into pass? We know data sharing is a key legal and ethical consideration for many CDOs and industry leaders right now. Specifically, the sharing of data with third parties which play a crucial role in the delivery of services to their citizens. So when it comes to proposed changes to how public data is managed and used, what do you need to get in order?

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10:40

Keynote Presentation: Data-driven Decision Making: How the MoJ is Putting Data at the Heart of Transformation

This session will look at getting beyond the buzzwords to identify the opportunities data analytics holds for public sector organisations and how the Ministry of Justice UK is seeking to improve their delivery of services through data analytics.

Speaking:

Dr Jonathan Roberts

Deputy Director & Chief Data Scientist, Ministry of Justice UK

Keynote Presentation: Data-driven Decision Making: How the MoJ is Putting Data at the Heart of Transformation

July 28 | 10:40 - 11:00

This session will look at getting beyond the buzzwords to identify the opportunities data analytics holds for public sector organisations and how the Ministry of Justice UK is seeking to improve their delivery of services through data analytics.

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11:00

Keynote Value of Data Panel: What Does Success Look Like? Delivering Value & Proving ROI

  • What does ‘value’ look like when we aren’t working to deliver a profit, and how should we plan to deliver it? Should we consider only direct cost savings, or can we identify less tangible benefits which should be considered and included, such as improvements in quality of life?
  • Which hard metrics should be used to measure ROI in a public sector environment? How can we quantify our impact on our organisation?
  • Balancing ‘quick wins’ that demonstrate immediate ROI, with longer term projects which deliver greater strategic value.
  • Justifying investment in Data & Analytics to your organisation and to the public who fund it.

Speaking:

Mike Cunnington

Deputy Commissioner Information, Intelligence & Communications, Inland Revenue New Zealand

Dez Ellams

Principal Advisor, Business Direction - Research and Analytics, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency

Tim Beard

Manager of Data Strategy, Department of Industry, Innovation & Science

Daniel Kasatchkow

Principal Data Consultant, Office of the Auditor General for Western Australia

Andrew Andrews

Vice President, Data Management Association (DAMA) Australia

Keynote Value of Data Panel: What Does Success Look Like? Delivering Value & Proving ROI

July 28 | 11:00 - 11:38

  • What does ‘value’ look like when we aren’t working to deliver a profit, and how should we plan to deliver it? Should we consider only direct cost savings, or can we identify less tangible benefits which should be considered and included, such as improvements in quality of life?
  • Which hard metrics should be used to measure ROI in a public sector environment? How can we quantify our impact on our organisation?
  • Balancing ‘quick wins’ that demonstrate immediate ROI, with longer term projects which deliver greater strategic value.
  • Justifying investment in Data & Analytics to your organisation and to the public who fund it.
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11:38

Keynote Presentation: Utilising Data and Analytics to Advance Energy Sustainability and Climate Change

Speaking:

Kate Kolich

Manager Evidence, Insights and Innovation, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA)

Keynote Presentation: Utilising Data and Analytics to Advance Energy Sustainability and Climate Change

July 28 | 11:38 - 12:02

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12:02

Keynote Interview: Keeping Pace, Future Proofing to Support Tomorrow's Needs

This session will address why digital transformation requires deep cultural changes in all parts of an agency, cover potential obstacles and share effective strategies to overcome challenges and drive transformation in coming months and years.

Speaking:

Sutowo Wong

Director, Data Analytics Division, InfoComm, Technology & Data Group, Ministry of Health Singapore

Keynote Interview: Keeping Pace, Future Proofing to Support Tomorrow's Needs

July 28 | 12:02 - 12:30

This session will address why digital transformation requires deep cultural changes in all parts of an agency, cover potential obstacles and share effective strategies to overcome challenges and drive transformation in coming months and years.

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12:30

Thank you from Corinium and close of CDAO Public Sector 2021.

Thank you from Corinium and close of CDAO Public Sector 2021.

July 28 | 12:30

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