Different kinds of data and analytics is being used to support policy decisions and front-line service delivery. The use of data for evidence-based policy remains critical across all tiers of government.
The challenge is to gain insights into the data flows, as well as the origin, destination, and application. Moreover, decision makers require a rethink about the way data is managed and governed.
Data is too often thought of as isolated, and disconnected from applications, or the random hidden value. But data is now seen as the ‘new oil,‘ offering an invaluable resource for both policy planners and the providers of citizen services. Just how do you put a ‘human face’ on data and use this resource strategically?
Attend this workshop and gain an understanding of:
•The interplay between the open and closed data
•Data quality and the privacy requirements
•What can and can’t be done with your data
•How to be strategic about using, managing and sharing the inter-agency data