The Intelligence-Led Regulation online conference will bring together regulatory professionals, experts and best practice case studies from a wide range of jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand. Across two days, this online event will focus on different levels of transformation and maturity, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of intelligence-led regulatory approaches.
Why attend this event?
• Benchmark against other regulators and learn from the steps they have taken to enable successful intelligence-led regulation
• Hear a range of case studies on how regulators are leveraging intelligence to detect and prevent noncompliance
• Take away insights on how to enhance your intelligence systems in order to improve your regulatory decisions
• Get access to all the need to know information made available to you online, both live and on-demand
• Bypass social distancing and keep growing your professional network by connecting digitally
• Share your thoughts and ask your burning questions in interactive polls, small group discussions and live Q&A
Who should attend?Federal, State and Local Government regulatory agencies, government departments & associations responsible for:
• Intelligence & Analysis
• Investigations & Enforcement
• Behavioural Insights
• Research & Information
• Regulatory Practice & Operations
• Strategy & Policy
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Benefits of attending
- Learn how to execute a successful intelligence-regulation strategy
- Explore how to share intelligence to better detect, prevent and address non-compliance
- Enhance intel-literacy and capability within your organisation
- Explore the role of data analytics, the reliability of data and intelligence
- Learn how to convert intelligence into actionable information and insights
- Explore WorkSafe NZs journey to becoming an “Insights-Led Regulator”
- The benefits of Information sharing among regulators
- How EPA Victoria is driving multi-agency collaboration for intelligence-sharing & regulatory action
- Building an intelligence-led regulator – insights from Victoria’s new Conservation Regulator
Recipient of the New Zealand Institute of Intelligence Professionals (NZIIP) ‘Developing the Practitioner Award 2019’.
As the Manager of Regulatory Intelligence at WorkSafe NZ, John is responsible for BI, Intelligence Analysis and Advanced Analytics streams. He has spent the majority of his career in government intelligence analysis, having formed and overseen national intelligence programs in Scotland and New Zealand. He has also served on the National Criminal Intelligence Service in the UK where his work was instrumental in connecting national intelligence agencies with agencies through the implementation and management of new data structures and strategies. While never portraying himself as an expert, he has a strong grasp of the key elements within strategic data management, and is happy to share his cross-industry viewpoints on using data and analytics to transform the use of intelligence in organisation.
Environment Protection Authority NSW
David Fowler has more than 20 years’ experience in environmental engineering and regulation. He provides leadership in the development and implementation of regulatory strategies, solutions and technical guidance, to build organisational and individual capability in modern environmental regulation and protection of the environment and human health.
He has held senior positions throughout the environment portfolio, including leading teams delivering strategic regulatory reforms, protocols and procedures and providing operational support for the compliance and enforcement of native vegetation land clearing in NSW.
David also led the development of work programs and statutory activities to meet the administrative obligations associated with environment protection and revenue protection.
Prior to working in environmental regulation, David spent five years in environmental consulting, working with a range of industrial facilities across Australia.
Better Regulation Victoria
Anna Cronin is Victoria’s first Commissioner for Better Regulation (appointed in 2015) and also Red Tape Commissioner (appointed in 2018).
Anna started her career as an economist in the Federal Government and has also held senior executive positions in the Victorian and Western Australian Governments.
She has considerable experience in regulatory issues across many policy areas, including in agricultural and mining regulatory and approvals frameworks. Anna was CEO at the National Farmers’ Federation for 5 years and was responsible for the management and co-ordination of the regulatory approvals for some of the world’s biggest iron ore and oil and gas projects when she was a senior bureaucrat in the Western Australian Government. In 2019, Anna led the Victorian Government’s review into planning and building approvals and is now chairing the Expert Panel advising the Victorian Government on the current review of the building system, including legislation and regulators.
Anna was awarded the Centenary of Federation Medal for services to rural leadership. She currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.
Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator
Peter has more than 30 years’ experience in the rail industry both in Australia and overseas. He has combined leadership positions and practical operational experience with a focus on risk management working in the heavy rail, light rail, high speed rail and freight sectors. Peter has degrees in Economics, Science and Risk Management
What People Are Saying
“Fantastic conference with a varied range of speakers and topics that provided the full gamut of intelligence tools and concepts with useful practical examples and learnings.”Assistant Director, Fair Work Ombudsman
“It was a great opportunity to learn the experience of regulatory and intelligence experts and understand where innovation was occurring across the regulatory sector.”Manager - Planning and Performance Unit, EPA VIC
“The variety and depth of experience each presenter held led to a positive learning experience in more ways than I anticipated. The conference was insightful and engaging and inspired me to make changes and take action in my organisation.”Manager - Compliance & Improvement, Queensland Health