The public sector has moved beyond using data to illustrate what we know today we are leveraging analytics to inform the future. Join the next stage in the government data conversation and learn how to boost analytics capability to support process optimisation, discover new insights and drive transformation within an increasingly digitised government.
In a time where data is reshaping the way the public and private sector do business, the Advancing Public Sector Data Analytics conference will highlight innovative case-studies from senior data analysts and thought leaders across the Australian government.
Attend & learn strategies for:
- Communicating the value of data & aligning this with organisational strategy
- Boosting analytics capability to unlock new insights
- Increasing data sharing and linkage through open data
- Encouraging innovation through new trends, tools & technologies
- Utilising data to drive a digital government
- Creating a powerful message through visualisation & data storytelling
State & federal public sector representatives with responsibilities for:
- Data Analytics
- Data Sharing, Linkage & Reform
- Business Analytics & Insights
- Research & Reporting
- Performance & Strategy
- Information Architects
Attend to learn:
- Communicate the value of data & align this with organisational strategy
- Encourage innovation through new trends, tools & technologies
- Explore how data is driving a digital government
- Gain out-of-sector insights to apply in the public sector
- KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Strengthening open data to to drive the future of digital government
- Implementing a data governance regime to boost organisational value
- Primed for Growth: how an annual publication can reinforce strategic direction
- Initiating and managing an organisation-wide data transformation program
Kevin Jeffery has been the Chief Data Officer (CDO) of IP Australia since October last year, IP Australia administers intellectual property rights in relation to patents, trademarks, designs and plant breeders’ rights. Our vision is creating a world leading intellectual property (IP) system building prosperity for Australia. This vision is underpinned by our IP Australia Data Strategy “Data Matters, which Kevin as CDO is responsible for delivering. IP Australia has a rich stream of data dating back over a century, and through the Data Strategy Kevin has a remit to create improve how we that we manage, protect, nurture and exploit our data to value.
Kevin brings a focus on relationship building and collaboration as well as strong experience in enabling data scientists to do their work. Prior to joining IP Australia Kevin was the National Manager of Innovation at the Australian Crime Commission where he was the primary driver in embedding the National Criminal Intelligence Fusion Capability into the standard business of the agency. In 2015 the Fusion Program won several awards including an iAward and an Australian Computer Society (ACS) Digital Disrupter Award. Kevin has worked in the IT industry for over 25 years and focused particularly on data and analytics over the past 12 years including defining fraud detection systems in derivatives markets, managing the development of leakage analysis capabilities in health insurance and improving data management across intelligence uses.
City of New York
Cancer Institute, NSW
Sarajane joined the Cancer Institute NSW as its first Chief Information Officer in October 2011 and has responsibility for Information and Communication Technologies as well as providing support for Information Management including Records and Information Governance, Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence. Starting her career as a behavioural scientist, she has spent 20 years working in Information Technology, holding a range of senior leadership positions within the public sector, providing expert and strategic technical advice.
Sarajane holds technology industry qualifications, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, A Bachelor of Music and a Master of Public Administration
Data Analytics Centre, NSW
Jeremy Moon is an analytics professional, with more than 15 years’ experience in data analytics, strategic procurement and business process improvement. He is responsible for the development of big data services and technical solutions at the NSW Data Analytics
Centre. Prior to his current role, Mr Moon held senior positions at QBE Insurance, Leighton Holdings and the NSW Government.
The NSW Data Analytics Centre (DAC) is the first of its kind in Australia, established to unlock the power of big data and provide NSW Government agencies with the insights they need to make better decisions. We’ve got some of the most brilliant minds in the country tackling challenges that require a whole of government approach, from childhood obesity and domestic violence, to public transport and
emergency response times. They collect and analyse data from hundreds of sources, to help NSW Government agencies re imagine the way they deliver services to the community. The result? Better outcomes and a brighter future for everyone in NSW.
Our team of 90 dedicated and highly-skilled staff provides all aspects of the Information Management value chain, from Data to Information to Analytics all the while being focused on delivering tangible business outcomes to our clients. With specialists in data management and governance, big data, analytics, cloud technologies and reporting our team can assist you with any of your Information Management needs, whether with advisory services, design and build or managing your solution.
What People Are Saying
“A great forum to share ideas with active practitioners in the field. We’re all facing similar challenges – it’s great to see the different solutions in different contexts!”Ministry of Social Development, New Zealand (Past attendee at Data Analytics conference, 2016)
Date: 22 Jun 2017 By: Emily Mason
Policy makers and service designers are always striving to find out ‘what works’, but traditionally this has been a time-consuming and expensive process. We’ve also been limited to using small, specifically collected data sets to produce aggregated results, which can’t easily be used to improve services. The upshot is we’ve been using data to represent …
Date: 30 May 2017 By: Jessica Farrelly
The Government is set to invest $130 million in data analytics teams over the next three years, under the newly announced Data Integration Partnership for Australia (DIPA) initiative. Financed by the Public Sector Modernisation Fund, the DIPA will maximise use of the Government’s vast data assets, allowing cost effective and timely insights into data that …
Date: 23 Nov 2016 By: Jessica Farrelly
Chris O’Dell, Manager of Planning Statistics at the Department of Planning & Environment NSW shared his insights into building an analytics team at the Data Analytics for Effective Decision Making conference in Sydney this week. The Planning Statistics team is newly formed and was built based on ‘4 Ps’: purpose, position, people and product. Purpose …
Date: 3 Nov 2016 By: Jessica Farrelly
Australian government agencies must take a more contemporary approach to sharing and releasing data, according to a new draft report from the Productivity Commission. Proposing significant reforms, the report recommends a new Data Sharing and Release Act, a National Data Custodian and a suite of sectoral Accredited Release Authorities to improve transparency and confidence in …
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