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Government Data Summit Ensuring return on data infrastructure investment 22 nd -24 th March 2016

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Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra

EXPERT SPEAKERS: The Hon Victor Dominello, NSW Minister, Innovation and Better Regulation

Angelene Falk, Assistant Commissioner, Regulation and Strategy Branch, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Gemma Van Halderen, First Assistant Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics

Pia Waugh, Director Gov 2.0 and Data, Department of Finance

Amity Durham, Executive Director, Behavioural Insights, Department of Premier and Cabinet, NSW

Samantha Hannah-Rankin, Director ICT Innovation, Department of State Development and Business Innovation, VIC

Mark Hatcher, R Programmer, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), New Zealand Government

Martin Hoffman, Secretary, Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, NSW

Peter Ranieri, Custom Database Software Developer, Automatic Infographic Generator

Christo Norman, Director, Office of the Chief Digital Officer

Julie Batch, Chief Analytics Officer, IAG Ltd

David Duenzl, Health, Safety and Wellbeing Data Analyst, Ambulance Victoria

Adam Molnar, Lecturer in Criminology, Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University

Brian Cooper, Project Officer, Data Analysis, National Ethnic Disability Alliance

Armin Haller, Chair, Australian Government Linked Data Working Group

Ben Ward, Chief Information Officer, Queensland Building and Construction Commission

Dan Paull, Chief Executive Officer, PSMA Australia

Mark Jackson, Deputy Registrar, Australian Business Register, Australian Taxation Office

Helen Ensikat, Manager Projects, WA Economic Regulation Authority, Co-Founder, Govpond

Greg Stone, Leader of Digital Services, Arup

Grant Leslie, General Manager – Australia, Balmoral Group

Adrian Turner, Chief Executive Officer, Data 61

Peter Strong, Chief Executive Officer, Council of Small Businesses of Australia

George Fong, President, Internet Australia

Suresh Hungenahally, Chief Information Security Officer, Department of State Development, Business and Innovation, VIC

Gino Cavallaro, Manager ePlanning Data & Information Management, Department of Planning & Environment

Brentyn Parkin, Founder and Executive Director, My Community Directory

Rob Doughty, NM ICT Product Architecture, Department of Human Services

Anne Lyons, Assistant Director-General, Government Information Assurance and Policy Branch, National Archives of Australia

Nicholas Bernhardt, Founder and Managing Director, GreenBizCheck

Maria Milosavljevic, National Manager Innovation & Technology (CIO), AUSTRAC

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Dear Peers and Colleagues, The Federal Government alone is sitting on $16 billion per year of unrealised value from data investment. Best practice data management offers enormous promises. It has the capacity to foster the use of Government data in new enterprises to boost our economy. Furthermore, it engages key stakeholders to understand them better, promoting data driven improvement in Government. Above all, it holds the potential to drive positive transformation of Government in service provision, regulation, policy, and achieve better outcomes for Australian citizens and industry. I look forward to engaging in dialogue and uncovering a host of innovative data management practices with you in March 2016. Best Regards,

Alvaro Marz, Managing Director, Code of Australia

ADVISORY PANEL

Alvaro Maz, Executive Director, Code for Australia

Helen Ensikat, Manager Projects, WA Economic Regulation Authority, and CoFounder, GovPond

Maree Adshead, Founding CEO, Open Data Institute Queensland

Dr Armin Haller, Chair, Australian Government Linked Data Working Group

Leanne O’Donnell, Senior Lawyer, Policy Analyst – Law & Technology, MsLods

Prof Sam Bucolo, Professor of Design and Innovation, University of Technology Sydney

SPECIAL FEATURES

KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING • Ensure a strong ROI from your analytics initiatives

• 14+ innovative case studies

• Drive better policy decision making and future

• 12+ hours of networking

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• 4 engaging interactive sessions

• Embed data analytics in your organisation’s culture • Implement data technologies effectively

• Strong examples of applications of open data in our special Government data use showcase session

• Embed an understanding and acceptance of data analytics in your organisation’s culture

• Attend out advanced “Gamifying Government” masterclass

• Meet with a community of public sector data leaders

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DAY ONE: TUESDAY 22ND MARCH 2016

1:30 PANEL DISCUSSION Ensuring a strong return on investment from your data analytics initiatives

8:00 Registration opens 8:50 Opening remarks from the Chair

Alvaro Maz, Managing Director, Code for Australia

LATEST GOVERNMENT DATA ANALYTICS DEVELOPMENTS 9:00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Introducing Data 61, a new federally funded digital innovation research hub • Exploring the plans and progress of this CSIRO and NICTA collaboration in digital innovation research • Research priorities in the launch of this new centre • Implications of Data 61 for Australian government data management practice Adrian Turner, Chief Executive Officer, Data 61

9:30 MINISTERIAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS Building NSW Government’s whole-of-government data analytics capabilities The Hon Victor Dominello, NSW Minister, Innovation and Better Regulation

9:50 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Harnessing whole-of-government data analysis to achieve positive social outcomes • Developing aggregated data sets to assist core services agencies to deliver better services for citizens • Benefits of whole-of-government data analytics in tackling complex social challenges • Examining case examples of the successful application of data Martin Hoffman, Secretary, Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, NSW

10:20 CASE STUDY Behavioural Insights –using behavioural economics and psychology to drive better policy • Examining this relatively new field, collecting insights on the social, cognitive and emotional behaviour of individuals and institutions • The three D’s of behavioural insights: Data, Design, and Delivery • Exploring how subtle changes can have big impacts on behaviour Amity Durham, Executive Director, Behavioural Insights, Department of Premier and Cabinet, NSW

10:50 Morning tea 11:20 PANEL DISCUSSION Exploring implications of Australia’s data retention laws • Exploring changes to data retention introduced in the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Act 2015 • Implications of the data retention policy to date • Challenges faced in the first year of implementation of the bill – how are these being overcome? Panellists: Dr Adam Molnar, Lecturer in Criminology, Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University Leanne O’Donnell, Senior Lawyer, Policy Analyst – Law & Technology, MsLods George Fong, President, Internet Australia

ENSURING A RETURN ON DATA INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT 12:00 CASE STUDY Standard Business Reporting – improving operational efficiency of government reporting • An overview of Standard Business Reporting (SBR) as a consistent approach to digital record keeping • Applications of SBR to government reporting activities • Adoption of the Australian Business Register by state government agencies – progress to date Mark Jackson, Deputy Registrar, Australian Business Register, Australian Taxation Office

12:30 Luncheon

• Identifying opportunities for strategic cost cutting and improved efficiencies • Processes around determining ROI – ensuring proof of return in data investment - analysing analytics • Keeping data focused initiatives on track Panellists: Ben Ward, Chief Information Officer, Queensland Building and Construction Commission Maria Milosavljevic, National Manager Innovation & Technology (CIO), AUSTRAC Rob Doughty, NM ICT Product Architecture, Department of Human Services

2:20 CASE STUDY Using and re-using high quality government data • Any old data won’t do – examining the importance of high quality and usable data for actionable outcomes • Examining common principles and protocols around data quality • Experiences to date in implementing data practices promoting high quality and usability Gemma Van Halderen, First Assistant Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics

SUPPORTING PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COOPERATION IN GOVERNMENT DATA INNOVATION 2:50 KEYNOTE Enabling “ecosystems of service delivery” • Establishing an Application Programming Interface (API) framework for Government data • Progress of the Digital Transformation Office and other initiatives to date focused on opening up to a Government service delivery marketplace • Exploring strong case examples of successful implementation of API frameworks to date – early adopters leading the way Pia Waugh, Director Gov 2.0 and Data, Department of Finance

3:20 Afternoon tea 3:50 PANEL DISCUSSION Fostering joint public-private big data innovation • Leveraging innovation in industry as a catalyst for efficiency and improvement in Government service delivery • IP and the transition towards open data platforms – advantages and challenges of this approach • Achievements to date of open innovation programs Panellists: Maree Adshead, Founding CEO, Open Data Institute Queensland Peter Strong, Chief Executive Officer, Council of Small Business Organisations of Australia Greg Stone, Leader of Digital Services, Arup

4:30 SHOWCASE SESSION Government data use case showcase: Highlighting strong examples of application of Government data This session will provide a series of 5 minute showcases of some of the most innovative, useful and promising platforms developed using government data. Featuring practical applications of Government data from: Dan Paull, Chief Executive Officer, PSMA Australia Julie Batch, Chief Analytics Officer, IAG Ltd Greg Stone, Leader of Digital Services, Arup Grant Leslie, General Manager – Australia, Balmoral Group Peter Ranieri, Custom Database Software Developer, Automatic Infographic Generator, Govhack category winner in 2015 Nicholas Bernhardt, Founder and Managing Director, GreenBizCheck Brentyn Parkin, Founder and Executive Director, My Community Directory Mark Hatcher, R Programmer, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), New Zealand Government

5:30 Closing remarks from the Chair and end of conference day one Alvaro Maz, Managing Director, Code for Australia

5:40 Networking cocktail reception

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DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY 23ND MARCH 2016

12:30 CASE STUDY Enhancing collaboration and communication of data across Government

8:00 Registration opens 8:50 Opening remarks from the Chair

Grant Leslie, General Manager – Australia, Balmoral Group

OUTCOME FOCUSSED GOVERNMENT DATA ANALYSIS AND USE 9:00 CASE STUDY Working with data to deliver an efficient and user-friendly public service • Reducing red tape with better data management and sharing across government • Opening up data to drive innovation and participation in government service delivery • Selling the benefits: getting agencies on board with Western Australia’s new open data policy Helen Ensikat, Manager Projects, Economic Regulation Authority, WA

9:30 CASE STUDY Moving towards a data-driven approach to policy decision making • Stepping out of older established policy making models towards more agile and better informed methodologies • Capturing data insights and “the wisdom of the crowd” • Doing public policy in public – engaging with populations and seeking evidence for policy David Duenzl, Health, Safety and Wellbeing Data Analyst, Ambulance Victoria

10:00 CASE STUDY Government service design and decision-making: Proving its better with data • Using proofs of concept to integrate data-driven approaches into operations • Leveraging data to deliver insights for service design and decisionmaking • Utilising citizen and stakeholder-focused design principles in reshaping services Sam Hannah-Rankin, Director, Public Sector Innovation, Department of Premier and Cabinet, VIC

10:30 Morning tea 11:00 CASE STUDY Data, technology and the evolving practice of government stakeholder engagement • Collecting data on stakeholder and citizens to better understand them and exceed their service delivery expectations • Exploring leading edge technological developments around better capturing, grasping and tracking stakeholder insights • Partnering gathered data with traditional stakeholder engagement methods Brian Cooper, Project Officer, Data Analysis, National Ethnic Disability Alliance

PROMOTING DATA ACCESSIBILITY AND COLLABORATION IN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 11:30 CASE STUDY Promoting data accessibility, communication and visualisation • Using the explanatory power of data visualisation - effective visual communication of complex data to promote understanding • Exploring styles of data visualisation: infographics, dashboards, and other visualisation tools • Ensuring analytics findings are communicated effectively for the fastest data-driven business decisionsv Gino Cavallaro, Manager ePlanning Data & Information Management, Department of Planning & Environment

• Examining current initiatives and technology suites supporting collaboration and data sharing: • Transitioning from silos of data analytics to a holistic enterprise approach • Exploring the achievements of improved inter-departmental communication and collaboration Christo Norman, Director, Office of the Chief Digital Officer

1:00 Luncheon 2:00 CASE STUDY Maintaining the security of sensitive and personal data • Examining the key tenets of data security in Government: Confidentiality, integrity and availability • Exploring best practice examples of approaches to Government data security • Overcoming key pitfalls experienced in data security management Suresh Hungenahally, Chief Information Security Officer, Department of State Development, Business and Innovation, VIC

2:30 CASE STUDY A brief history of Australian data privacy breaches • Exploring major breaches of Australian government data privacy over the years • Lessons learned from these data security failures • Key considerations for government data managers to keep in mind when working to ensure data privacy Angelene Falk, Assistant Commissioner, Regulation and Strategy Branch, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

3:00 Networking Session Delegates will be in pairs and have one minute to get to know one another 3:20 Afternoon tea

TECHNICAL ADVANCES IN DATA ANALYTICS AND MANAGEMENT 3:50 CASE STUDY Machine learning – from data to knowledge • Opportunities offered by machine learning • Case examples of successful application of machine learning to analysis of large data sets in healthcare, mining and robotics • Moving from a task-driven mode of operation to data-driven Fabio Ramos, Associate Professor School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney

4:20 CASE STUDY Examining best practice methods for publishing structured data and linking government data • Latest developments of the Australian Government Linked Data Working Group • Moves towards standardisation and annotation of the CSV format Dr Armin Haller, Chair, Australian Government Linked Data Working Group

4:50 Closing remarks from the Chair and conference adjourns Grant Leslie, General Manager – Australia, Balmoral Group

12:00 CASE STUDY Digital preservation and ensuring accessibility of digital information now and in to the future • Examining digital continuity and preservation activities at the National Archives • Exploring the importance of digital governance, preservation and access to archival information. • Ensuring the accessibility of digitised archived information Anne Lyons, Assistant Director-General, Government Information Assurance and Policy Branch, National Archives of Australia

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POST- CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS: THURSDAY 24TH MARCH 2016 WORKSHOP A: 9:00AM-12:00PM Open data publishing: Building the open data maturity of your organisation

WORKSHOP B: 1:00PM-4:00PM Gamifying government: Using data and play to help re-design government services

This 3 part workshop is designed to build capability with preparing data for publishing as open data, and elevate organisational open data maturity.

Gamification is the use of game elements in an organisational context to engage and excite people about ideas and tasks. During this half day “talk-a-shop”, Alvaro Maz, Executive Director of Code for Australia will explore how gamification and play can promote better use of government data.

Part I - “Building foundations”: This introductory topic will run through the building blocks of open data and good quality data publishing practice. Part II - “Open Data Pathways”: This session will explore the ODI’s Open Data Maturity Model and explain how the online Open Data Pathway tool can be used to evaluate your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses, set goals for areas of improvement and highlight practical recommendations to help achieve your goals. Part III - “Open Data Certificates”: Our final segment will explore how Open Data Certificates work, the benefits they bring, and how your organisation can use this online tool to promote the quality and reliability of your publishing practice, so your open data is easy to find, use and share.

• A strong understanding of the concepts of ‘open’, ‘shared’, ‘closed’ and ‘big’ data • Strategies to overcome resistance and objections to publishing open data • Awareness of global trends and benefits generated by open data • Practical recommendations to help build on or their own open data strategy Workshop Facilitator: Maree Adshead, Founding CEO, Open Data Institute Queensland Maree is the founding CEO of the Open Data Institute Queensland (ODIQ), which launched in Brisbane in December 2014. It is the ODIQ’s mission to transform the lives of Australians through open data. It was important for Australia to become a formal participant in the global open data movement and so ODIQ was established. ODIQ views itself as a cross sectoral, independent catalyst in the evolution of open data culture. It is our role to facilitate and unlock supply, generate demand, create and disseminate knowledge to address local and global issues. ODIQ believes in the power of open to deliver tangible public value for the benefit of everyone.

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Workshop participants will then be engaged to take part collaboratively in a playful and practical design workshop, utilising Government data analytics in hands-on, practical problem solving and service design. Workshop participants will take away: • Greater understanding of the interpenetration of games and everyday life • Grounding in the possibilities of games to help organisations innovate as well as their pitfalls

Workshop participants will gain:

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Through a three hour interactive workshop, participants will explore the tangible applications of government data analytics which can stem from a gamified design process.

• Awareness of the impact of games on motivation, engagement and behaviour change. • Strategies to energize their organisation, products or services Workshop Facilitator: Alvaro Maz, Managing Director, Code for Australia Alvaro has been a designer, urban planner, open data and open government consultant for Australian governments and a social entrepreneur. He is currently working on a series of projects to improve the governance processes and the urban infrastructure of Australian cities, including an Australian enterprise to facilitate innovation in government through collaboration, transparency and technology. He is a Sandboxer, Centre for Sustainability and Leadership Fellow, Startup Leadership Fellow and sit on the Board of NewCo, a new enterprise to leverage technology in the education sector

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