EVIDENCE BASED POLICY SUMMIT 2022

EVIDENCE BASED POLICY SUMMIT 2022

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About this Event

The convergence of Cloud, Big Data, and AI has already resulted in major transformation across Government services, yes the speed of this has not been reflected in traditional policy-making practices. The available data and analytical tools are transforming how we understand and interpret the evidence. Evidence-Based Policy 2022 will explore major challenges, trends, and opportunities to improve public sector decision making ensuring service delivery is reflective of what the public wants and need.

On demand service delivery and access to fast seamless interaction with service providers is being demanded of all service providers, including the government. For effective urban operations which make life easier for residents, workers and visitors, Public Sector decision-making needs to become more agile, breaking down data silos to combine day-to-day tactical decisions with longer-term policies and strategies. Disruptive technologies unlock new opportunities for sustainable decision-making through visualisations, simulations, and predictions that enhance transparency, increase public support and involvement and optimise resources.

Join our interactive panel discussions, hear from the best of the best in policy, data, and service delivery in this two-day information extravaganza. You won’t want to miss out.

Our 2022 Key Speakers

Cain Beckett
Assistant Secretary – Policy Projects and Taskforce, Policy Innovation and Projects Division
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Jessica Mohr
Assistant Secretary, Teaching Policy and Standards Branch, National System and Performance Division
Department of Education, Skills and Employment
Jonathan Cartledge
Director, Policy & Research
Infrastructure Australia
Frederic Clarke
Principal Data Scientist, Director, Machine Intelligence & Novel Data Sources (MINDS) | Methodology Division
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Simon Herbert
Chief Data Officer
NSW Department of Customer Service

Agenda

Pre-Conference Workshop Agenda - 1 NOV 2022

Day 1 Agenda - 2 NOV 2022

Day 2 Agenda - 3 NOV 2022

Agenda Themes

  • Understand the seven principles for effective community engagement
  • Take away rapid engagement lessons throughout the pandemic
  • Create partnerships to ensure ongoing community support and engagement
  • Tailor engagement strategies to build trust and produce results
  • Cut through white noise to engage with impact
  • Incorporate compassion, goodwill and empathy into your engagement plan
  • Gain policy buy-In for efficient decision making
  • Enhance engagement with regional, Indigenous and disadvantaged communities
  • Utilize data and groundbreaking digital engagement strategies

Who Should Attend This Event?

  • Director & Assistant Director
  • Community Relations, Liaison & Engagement
  • Media, Communications & Public Relations
  • Engagement and Strategy
  • Customer Service & Experience
  • Stakeholder Relations & Citizen Experience

Our 2022 Speaker Line-Up

Cain Beckett
Assistant Secretary – Policy Projects and Taskforce, Policy Innovation and Projects Division
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Jessica Mohr
Assistant Secretary, Teaching Policy and Standards Branch, National System and Performance Division
Department of Education, Skills and Employment
Jonathan Cartledge
Director, Policy & Research
Infrastructure Australia
Simon Herbert
Chief Data Officer
NSW Department of Customer Service
Lliam Findlay
Director, Early Childhood Education Policy
Department of Education and Training
Angus Abadee
Director, Building and Construction Policy
NSW Department of Customer Service
Loga Chandrakumar
Director, Strategy and Insights
Invest Victoria
Liz Spits
Team Leader Behaviour Change Programs, Waste Smart Home, Waste and Resource Recovery Services (WaRRS), City Standards
Brisbane City Council

Partnership Opportunities Available!

Testimonials

  • Department of Defence

Fascinating presentations on a real situation… a bit of everything in this session! Stimulating presentation that successfully demonstrated the power of data collection and analysis informing policy development

  • Australian Taxation Office

"All speakers were of a very high quality and were experts in their fields"

  • Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet

Great overview of the fundamentals behind policy development. Very engaging with great takeaways.

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