An original member of the D9, the world’s most advanced digital nations, New Zealand is embracing the possibilities of digital platforms and the terabytes of data this generates.
Having recently adopted the International Open Data Charter and established the Open Government Partnership, the public sector is beginning to realise the value of adopting big data and analytics to drive improvements in service delivery, organisational efficiencies and informed decision making.
Public Spectrum presents the 2nd Annual NZ Government Data Summit, bringing together leaders to explore strategies to enhance data interoperability and quality and ensure information security. Find out how public sector agencies can establish strategic infrastructure and facilitate data availability whilst prioritising the interests of citizens.
“The networking opportunities were fantastic, great to meet so many people working in the public sector with a passion for data. I am already looking forward to attending next year”.
– Regional Manager Health Information, Health Alliance
“I found the summit to be professionally run and delivered in a conducive environment. I walked away with strategies to progress our data projects and connected with those in similar circumstances.”
– Business Intelligence Analyst, Christchurch City Council
“This conference was valuable for engaging with ‘like-minded’ people who are all journeying with data analytics and sharing our experiences.”
– National Manager Performance & Evaluation, New Zealand Defence Force
“Thought provoking 2 days with lots of ideas to take away and talk to many people and projects about.”
– Manager, Spatial Information, Waikato Regional Council –
Information needs to be managed differently than other organisational assets. Before we can manage information as assets:
Lead by an industry expert, this session is your opportunity to collaborate with like-minded professionals and delve into the issues that are most important to you.
1 – Enabling open data and information sharing
2 – Information privacy and protecting stakeholder interests
3 – Supporting strategy and decision making through data analytics
Pieter Bronkhorst, Program Manager, Bay of Plenty District Health Board
In this session, Data61 will share insights into emerging technologies and the future of Government data sharing infrastructure. Using practical examples and scenarios from Data61 via their many partnerships, in her session, Katie will cover:
Closing remarks from the Chair
We provide integrated information quality solutions to organisations to increase business efficiencies, eliminate the costs associated with poor information quality and increase customer satisfaction
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