This two-day interactive digital conference will provide a pulse check on international and Australian advanced data analytics frameworks being implemented across the public sector to build data maturity and capabilities. Federal and state governments will share how they are embedding a culture of data literacy and using advanced data analytics in a compelling way to influence policy decision making and engage key stakeholders.
Why attend this event?
Who will attend?Federal, state and local government representatives with responsibilities for:
• Data Science & Mining
• Business Intelligence
• Research & Reporting
• Performance & Strategy
• Information Architecture
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Benefits of attending
- Access timely updates on new data legislation & strategies
- Learn strategic frameworks to assess & build data maturity & capabilities
- Implement tools to enable data sharing across domains & jurisdictions
- Hear international & Australian insights to embed machine learning (ML) & artificial intelligence (AI)
- Develop cross-communication & stakeholder engagement to improve data literacy
- KEYNOTE: Frameworks to lift data capabilities across the APS
- New legislative approaches to enable safe & transparent data sharing
- CASE STUDY PANEL DISCUSSION: Frameworks to build cross-jurisdictional data maturity & sharing capabilities
- CASE STUDY: Building data access and sharing capabilities to contribute to the data story
- Unlocking the future of artificial intelligence (AI) in government
- INTERNATIONAL PANEL DISCUSSION: How will predictive data analytics impact government decision making?
- KEYNOTE: Future of data ecosystems & using advanced data analytics in government
- Building assurance frameworks for the appropriate use of artificial intelligence
FlyingBinary (Principal UK AI Expert & Accredited AI DPS supplier to the UK Government)
One of the 20 most powerful UK entrepreneurs, awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science in recognition of her international web science work. One of the 250 Founders of Tech City in December 2016 she pivoted her company FlyingBinary to meet the challenge of Brexit and the deployment of Deep Tech with spectacular results.
She is recognised as one of the #15 Most Influential Woman in UK Technology and one of the 50 most Inspiring Women in Cyber, a Top Ten Global IoT innovator, and is an independent industry analyst for IoT. One of 4 IoT leaders developing the policy agenda for the European Commission focused on Smart Cities, Citizens and AI strategy.
Globally recognised as the world’s first Smart City Tsar, and a strategic Advisor to the UK Government, Cities lead on Digital Built Britain, Principal Independent UK Expert lead for BSI’s international team for Artificial Intelligence (AI), Technology, and Smart Cities. As a UK Science Diplomat she is working across the world helping organisations and nations transition to the Industrial Internet of Things.
Her company FlyingBinary is one of the 109 companies appointed to deliver secured and accredited AI services to the UK Government. She is an international independent Principal AI Expert at the British Standards Institute. Her AI expertise has been used to develop AI procurement guidelines with the UK Office for AI and the World Economic Forum. FlyingBinary is one of the 50 European companies chosen to test the European AI Guidelines. Jacqui has been appointed as an Expert Advisor to the United Nations to oversee the development of Global Procurement guidelines and has accepted a Parliamentary appointment to the UK’s Cabinet Office to deliver Open Standards to unlock the next steps for the UK government.
Corporate Services Division, Australian Bureau of Statistics
Lane has over 10 years’ experience as a Senior Executive with the ABS, and has held a variety of roles in that time. Prior to his current role, Lane was the acting General Manager for Statistical Business Transformation Program (SBTP). As a recent Regional Director for the ABS Victorian Office, Lane managed relationships with the Victorian State Government, supported Census field operations for Victoria, and provided leadership to the National Crime and Justice statistical program. Lane was also the Program Manager for the ABS Integrated Collection Branch where he managed ABS data collection activities, and has also held Program Manager roles within the Technology Services Division of the ABS including leading technology infrastructure delivery and setting technology strategy.
Prior to being promoted to the senior executive service, Lane held a variety of roles within the Technology Services Division, largely in the areas of information technology infrastructure and security. Before joining the ABS in 1999, Lane worked at the Australian Customs Services, initially as an APS employee and then as an employee of Electronic Data Systems (EDS) Australia.
Australian Taxation Office
Marek Rucinski is the Deputy Commissioner for the Smarter Data Program. He has the strategic responsibility for the ATO’s data and analytics capability to support the ATO’s business; Australia’s tax, super and social welfare systems; and the government’s legislative agenda. This combines the traditional roles of chief data and chief analytics officers in many other organisations. Marek leads the ATO Data and Analytics Professional Stream and is a member of the senior working group for the APS Data Professional Stream.
Marek’s passion centres on elevating the enterprise role of analytics and the transformational role it plays as we enter the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Marek has driven the evolution of data and analytics capabilities for over 20 years in industry roles and in a consulting services capacity across Australia, Asia and global clients. He has worked in retail, telecommunications, consumer goods, financial services, mining and utilities sectors and now, the federal government. Prior to ATO, Marek was a Managing Director in Accenture and was the Analytics Practice lead for Australia and New Zealand.
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
For nearly 15 years, Simon Gallant has transforming public sector data. From developing Linked Data applications in CSIRO to leading data strategy across multiple Australian Government departments, Simon has both the practical and policy experience to shape the way organisations respond to the ever growing need to collect, manage, use and share data. Simon now leads the Office of the National Data Commissioner’s Governance and Engagement team, implementing major reforms to Australian Government data sharing.
What People Are Saying
“Very informative session and open discussions. Was worth my time.”
“I would recommend this conference to anyone in a data analytics role to better comprehend the data journey we are all facing. I gained incredible insights I will be sharing with my team.”Regional Development and Communications