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Unlock the power of data to make informed policy decisions and successfully deliver services

23-25 March 2021, Hyatt Hotel Canberra

Public Spectrum’s 7th Annual Australian Government Data Summit 2021 builds on the governments’ data management and open access reforms, together with insights from Federal, State and Local Government. Additionally, innovative agencies representing the US and New Zealand governments are featured in the program, offering an international perspective.

Join us to benefit from time-saving insights by 30+ policy, service delivery, and data management professionals representing the three tiers of government. You will benefit from a focus on practitioner case studies, interactive panel discussions, ‘deep dive’ breakout streams, hands-on practical workshops and technology-led roundtable discussions.

Hear from 30+ public sector data and analytics leaders

Eileen Vidrine

Chief Data Officer

U.S. Department of the Air Force (Washington, DC)

Garrett Berntsen

Deputy Chief Data Officer

U.S. Department of State

Jan Sheppard

Chief Data Officer

Tertiary Education Commission, New Zealand - Wellington

Naomi Levao

Chief Data Officer, Data Engineering and Analysis

Australian Skills Quality Authority (Australian Government) 

Brendan Dalton

Chief Information Officer

CSIRO

Tim Beard

Head of Data Strategy, Department of Industry

Innovation and Science, Australian Government

Boris Kelly-Gerryn

Chief Data Officer

Bureau of Meteorology (Australian Government)

Dr. Piyush Madhamshettiwar

Practice & Capability Lead - Data Science & Analytics

Department of Transport, Victoria

Frederic Clarke

Data Solutions Lead, ABS Covid-19 Statistical Taskforce

Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian Government

Tammy Braybrook

Chief Data Officer

IP Australia (Australian Government) 

Narelle Grayson

Director

Data Analytics Centre & Department of Customer Service (NSW) 

DR. Stephen Zidek

Director, Analytics and Intelligence, Office for Data Analytics

Australian Skills Quality Authority (Australian Government) 

Angkana Whiley

Executive Branch Manager

Data and Analytics, ACT Government

Irina Bastrakova

Director, Spatial Data Architecture

Geoscience Australia

Lloyd Robinson

Director

Robinson Ryan (Canberra)

Dr Renato Iannella

Lead Enterprise Data Architect

Airservices Australia

David Okunyah

Data Scientist

Comcare (Canberra) – Australian Government

Samuel Spencer

CEO & Technical Co-Founder

Aristotle Cloud Services (Canberra) 

Dr. Joe Walshe

Lead, Data Analytics, ACT Data Analytics Centre

Office of the Chief Digital Officer, ACT Government 

Samantha Gavel

Privacy Commissioner

Sydney, NSW Government 

Simon Wall

Director, Data Governance and Management

National Library of Australia – Australian Government

Peter Ryan

Associate Director, Premier’s Implementation Unit

Department of Premier & Cabinet NSW (Sydney) – NSW Government

Julian Singh

National Director & Managing Director

GovHack Australia/Open Data Connect, Canberra 

Glenn Ashe

Chief Information Technology Officer

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (Canberra) – Australian Government

Dr. Danswell Starrs

Water Science, Monitoring & Modelling Manager Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate

ACT Government 

Neil Temperley

Government Advisor

Future Cities Data & Technology Strategy; Transport & Logistics; Clusters & Living Labs

Andrew Smailes

Past President

DAMA Australia

Jessie Nghiem

Senior Data Scientist, Data and Analytics

Energy Safe Victoria (Melbourne)

Terry Goodman

Managing Director

Intech Solutions

John Ji

Senior Data Engineer

New Zealand Transport Agency

Richard Tomkinson

Managing Director

Cloudten

Agenda

8:00am

Registration opens

8:45am

Opening remarks from the Chair

Lloyd Robinson
Director
Robinson Ryan

9:00am

Case study: Building an Olympic-style data certification model
• Managing data with a gold, silver or bronze listing
• Building on a “Data Pledge” and organisation-wide use of data
• Key features of a Data Strategy 3.0 – where to next?

Tim Beard
Head of Data Strategy
Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

9:30am

Technology solutions

Lloyd Robinson
Director
Robinson Ryan

10:00am

Case study: Capture, manage, and share consistent data to support governments’ vocational training programs
• How the vocational education training sector benefits from access to quality data 
• What is needed to successfully collect, analyse and share this data 
• Why data sharing arrangements are pivotal to successful program delivery 

Naomi Levao
Chief Data Officer, Data Engineering and Analysis
Australian Skills Quality Authority

 

10:30am

Technology solutions

Presentation by Teradata

11:00am

Morning tea and networking

11:30am

Graph database analytics for investigations, compliance and fraud detection
• Relational vs key-value vs graph databases
• The next generation of graph databases
• Preparing data for graph database analytics

Terry Goodman
Managing Director
Intech Solutions

12:00pm

International Keynote:

Unlocking the power of data across all missions and operations
• Implementing strategies for enterprise data management
• Leveraging analytics and digital transformation to optimise performance
• Delivering innovation across the enterprise

Eileen Vidrine
Chief Data Officer
U.S. Department of the Air Force (Washington, DC)
*Virtual

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Networking lunch

Stream A:
Examining emerging data trends

Stream B:
Outlook for big data, analytics, information sharing & privacy

Chair:

Chair:

Lloyd Robinson
Director
Robinson Ryan

Tim Beard
Head of Data Strategy
Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

1:30pm

1:30pm

Leveraging artificial intelligence and data science to manage transport
• How AI is being used in in transportation or infrastructure to collect traffic data and reduce congestion
• Where AI fits in with improving modelling, forecasting and scheduling of public transport
• When AI can be used to streamline traffic patterns, support smarter traffic light algorithms and real-time tracking, while controlling higher and lower traffic patterns 

Helping your organisation make data-driven decisions
• Clarifying the science of data analysis, modelling and business intelligence reporting 
• Assessing developments in analytics, data mining, and visualisation tools
• Using visualisation to gain a comprehensive view of data
• Leveraging data to eliminate inefficiencies, and adapt to change

Dr Piyush Madhamshettiwar
Practice & Capability Lead Data Science & Analytics
Department of Transport (Victoria)

David Okunyah
Data Scientist
Comcare

2:00pm

2:00pm

Implementing the data governance process to collaboratively capture government data decision making

Using advanced analytics to manage incidents: lessons from the energy sector
• Building the co-relation between weather conditions and network performance
• Managing incident data, extraction and cleansing
• Streamlining internal reporting and other advanced analytics platforms

Samuel Spencer
CEO & Technical Co-Founder
Aristotle Cloud Services

Jessie Nghiem
Senior Data Scientist, Data and Analytics
Energy Safe Victoria

2:30pm

2:30pm

Delivering information management technology solutions for research organisations and researchers
Leading and implementing CSIRO’s Information Management and Technology strategy 
Delivering data solutions to support evidence-based decisions
Supporting the innovative use of technology to deliver digital services to industry and citizens

Developments in data management and privacy• Managing people’s personal information in a dynamic environment  
• Tracking key milestones and challenges in the privacy space 
• Clarifying government legislation and implications for privacy 
• Ensuring citizens are aware of and able to exercise their privacy rights

Brendan Dalton
Chief Information Officer
CSIRO

Samantha Gavel
Privacy Commissioner
NSW Government

3:00pm

Afternoon refreshments and networking

3:30pm

Thought Leadership Roundtables
During these interactive sessions, delegates will be asked to join the roundtable they have pre-selected prior to the conference.
These roundtables enable attendees to delve into issues that concern them. The roundtable sessions will provide you with personalised take-aways for your own organisation.
1. Making sense of your data through visualisation techniques
2. Developments in data management and the Internet of Things
3. Modernising your enterprise-data footprint by moving to the cloud
4. Mapping the 2021 data and artificial intelligence landscape

4:30pm

PANEL DISCUSSION: Preparing for a data-driven economy
• How does data-driven innovation fuel economic growth?
• What is needed to build collaboration between government and industry?
• Why does quality data help us understand the world around us, and make quality decisions, or change business processes?

Panellists:

Brendan Dalton
Chief Information Officer
CSIRO

Irina Bastrakova
Director, Spatial Data Architecture
Geoscience Australia

Tim Beard
Head of Data Strategy
Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

David Okunyah
Data Scientist
Comcare

5:00pm

International Case Study: Building an organisation-wide ecosystem through data
• Going beyond your system and building an ecosystem through supplying data to decision-makers, influencers and futurists
• Building and managing your agency and external data management capabilities
• Nurturing a team capable of delivering the future through structure, diversity, skills, and flexibility

Jan Sheppard
Chief Data Officer
Tertiary Education Commission (New Zealand)
*Virtual

5:30pm

Closing remarks from Chair

5:40pm

End of day one

8:00am

Registration opens

8:45am

Opening remarks from the Chair

Lloyd Robinson
Director
Robinson Ryan

9:00am

Case study: Leveraging data to strengthen nationwide forecasting, monitoring, and alert capabilities
• Delivering resilient services and functionality through secure and scalable platforms
• Aligning data governance and ‘Information Life Cycle Management’ policies
• Integrating domestic surveillance networks with globally distributed observatories

Dr Boris Kelly-Gerreyn
Chief Data Officer
Bureau of Meteorology

9:30am

International Keynote:

Lessons for building an enterprise analytics team in government
• Enhancing data governance arrangements across government 

• Offering solutions that democratise access to data and analytics assets 

• Building the parameters for data science and information management

Garrett Berntsen
Deputy Chief Data Officer
U.S. Department of State
*Virtual

10:00am

Panel Discussion: Recalibrating governments’ data management strategies: milestones and challenges
• Using trusted data and analytics to support policy decisions
• Raising staff awareness about your data management strategies
• Adapting policy changes as when these evolve and change

Panellists:

Simon Wall
Director, Data Governance and Management
National Library of Australia

Angkana Whiley
Executive Branch Manager, Data and Analytics
ACT Government

Tammy Braybrook
Chief Data Officer
IP Australia

Frederic R Clarke
Data Solutions Lead, ABS COVID-19 Statistical Taskforce
Australian Bureau of Statistics

Narelle Grayson
Director, Data.NSW, Data Analytics Centre
Department of Customer Service (NSW)

10:30am

Case study: Delivering business value by transforming data into actions
• Delivering tangible value and insights from your data
• Balancing foundations and innovation
• Managing multiple sources of data for actionable insights

Tammy Braybrook
Chief Data Officer
IP Australia

11:00am

Morning refreshments and networking

Stream A:
Laying the groundwork for predictive analytics, modelling and forecasting

Stream B:
Strengthening your open data access capability

Chair:

Chair:

Dr Stephen Zidek
Director, Analytics and Intelligence, Office for Data Analytics
Department of the Premier and Cabinet (South Australia)

Julian Singh
Managing Director
GovHack Australia/Open Data Connect

11:30am

11:30am

Developments in big data, analytics, and information sharing
Tracking data demands into the future
Improving the data-driven decision making processes
Building the data capability and access to information

Tackling ‘wicked problems’ with data that is actionable, insightful and timely
• Leveraging data to influence policy decisions
• Investing in data-driven decision-making
• Unlocking the hidden value of government data

Dr Joe Walshe
Lead, Data Analytics 
ACT Data Analytics Centre, Office of the Chief Digital Officer

Peter Ryan
Associate Director, Premier’s Implementation Unit
Department of Premier and Cabinet

12:00pm

12:00pm

Driving efficiencies in data management – lessons from the Covid-19 Taskforce
• Building the foundations for effective data management during a pandemic
• Strengthening the analytics, modelling, and forecasting capabilities
• Integrating intelligent automation to improve decision making
• Extracting meta data through machine learning

How real-time data analytics informs operational and strategic outcomes
• Using data to drive real-world decisions and improve outcomes for communities
• Enabling real-time data collections and analysis to support operational decisions
• Investing in data-driven flash-flood alert systems to underpin decision making and information sharing  

 

Frederic R Clarke
Data Solutions Lead, ABS COVID-19 Statistical Taskforce
Australian Bureau of Statistics

Dr Danswell Starrs
Water Science, Monitoring and Modelling Manager
Environment Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate

 

12:30pm

Networking luncheon

1:30pm

1:30pm

NSW Covid-19 data program – a healthcare tracking update 
• Lessons from the NSW Government’s COVID-19 Data Program
• How government data informed the community about COVID-19
• Why data is important for government transparency and innovation.

The ACT Data Governance and Management Framework: Making data discoverable, understood, and trusted for safe and effective use in decisions
• Benefitting from data as a valuable asset in the ACT Public Service
• Fostering a data-driven culture
• Managing the data practice
• Measuring the data maturity

Narelle Grayson
Director, Data.NSW, Data Analytics Centre
Department of Customer Service

Angkana Whiley
Executive Branch Manager, Data and Analytics
ACT Government

2:00pm

2:00pm

Towards Exposing Data Semantics
• What does Semantics really mean?
• The power of the Graph model
• Data Analytics versus Semantic Inferencing
• Semantic technology platforms

Deriving value from a real-time understanding of community needs
• Strengthening multi-agency and multi-data driven projects
• Boosting access to real-time dashboard data
• Moving past solos into inter-agency collaboration

Renato Iannella
Lead Enterprise Data Architect
Airservices Australia

Glenn Ashe
Chief Information Officer
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

2:40pm

Afternoon refreshments and networking

3:10pm

Case study: New Zealand Government on-premise data challenges and enterprise data warehousing cloud solutions 
• Challenges and limitations for the government’s on-premise data
• Strategic directions and commitment for digital transformation
• The enterprise data warehousing paradigm shift: from traditional data warehousing to big data transformation
• Using more advanced cloud technologies to protect business data
• Data engineering professionals’ engagement and collaboration with stakeholders
• Multiple dimensional and tabular modelling with big traffic management data to improve the safety and road efficiency

John Ji
Senior Data Engineer, Enterprise Data Warehouse, Data and Information
New Zealand Transport Agency
*Virtual

3:30pm

Case study: Leveraging behavioural economics to produce more meaningful policy
• Developments in behavioural economics and implications for policy
• Integrating behavioural patterns with meaningful data
• Where behavioural economics fits in with informed decision-making

Dr Stephen Zidek
Director, Analytics and Intelligence, Office for Data Analytics
Department of the Premier and Cabinet (South Australia)

4:00pm

4:00 Case study: Connecting process automation to executive dashboards to drive informed decision making
• From building blocks to smart dashboards: purpose, process, people and data
• The improvement loop: insights -> targeted automation -> analysis -> insights
• Critical success factors and traps to watch out for

Julian Singh
Managing Director
Open Data Connect

4:30pm

Closing remarks from Chair

4:40pm

End of conference

9:00am-12:00pm

Workshop A: Three data competencies every agency needs

To be successful in enterprise data management, your agency needs to build three high-level, interrelated data management competencies. These competencies are:
•  Enterprise Data Governance – the ability to apply and encourage staff to create, nurture, sustain, and control the data in a collaborative fashion for the benefit of all.
•  Business Data Stewardship – the ability within the business to progressively develop requirements, improve functionality, condition, and characteristics of your agency’s data.
•  Data Architecture – the ability of an agency to increase understanding, input, and engagement in determining build, buy, or hosted solutions to store and distribute data.

Attend this workshop and gain an understanding of:
• The three competencies and skills required
• The dependencies and relationship between all three competencies
• The form of data strategy needed to support the development of the competencies.

Andrew Smailes
Past President
DAMA Australia

12:00pm

Lunch break

1:00pm – 4:00pm

Workshop B: How to integrate the data, citizens, policy, and strategic goals

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

Dr Neil Temperley
Government Advisor
Future Cities Data & Technology Strategy; Transport & Logistics; Clusters & Living Labs

It was useful, informative and provided a great opportunity to network with a diverse range of data professionals.

It was a well-managed event that I would like to attend in future.

Murray-Darling Basin Authority

Very well organised and run conference, it was great to catch up on latest development in government data space,
specifically policy and governance.

Opportunities to network and discuss problems with others working in the same space are priceless.

Powerlink

I learnt a lot about how other government agencies are managing their data challenges.

Talend

Good line-up of international and interstate speakers with different backgrounds.

DSS

A great opportunity to hear from a blend of speakers from both industry and government
using applicable case studies and providing sound advice relevant to the importance of data management.

Department of Defence

Key takeaways

Manage the sharing, use, and reuse of public sector data

Leverage emerging technology for strategic service delivery

Deliver agile data management across the three tiers of government

Quantify the ROI in data management technologies

Build transparency and trust

Leverage data for social impact and economic innovation

Offer open data access to improve data literacy, quality, and impact

Strengthen government data modelling in the digital age

Assess cloud sharing arrangements, cross-border data exchange & data sovereignty

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The 7th Australian Government Data Summit 2021 is a hybrid event which will take place in person and also in virtual format. 

Venue: 
Hyatt Canberra
120 Commonwealth Ave
Canberra ACT 2600
Australia

The summit will be conducted following a COVID-Safe plan to safeguard the health and safety of all attendees. 

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