Agenda

DAMA Canberra Branch is providing a full day of activity, split into two workshops – one for the morning, and one for the afternoon. Participants can enrol for either one or both workshops, although we recommend the morning workshop, that introduces some core concepts and data management skills, is useful preparation for the afternoon workshop. Organisers: Dr Jonathan Gray and Mr Andrew Smailes

Part 1: “Around the Wheel in Eighty Minutes” 

9:00am – 10:30am

Presented by:


Dr. Jonathan Gray
Lead Partner
Anchoram  Consulting

Background: In Jules Verne’s story Around the World in Eighty Days (pub. 1872), Phileas Fogg of London and his valet Passepartout attempt to circumnavigate the world in 80 days. Their plan is to traverse the continents by rail, and to sail the oceans by steamship.  Along the way, they have multiple mishaps and adventures, but ultimately succeed.   Advances in modern technology have reduced this to around 92 minutes for the International Space Station to orbit the earth.

Tutorial: In this presentation we will take you on a tour around the DAMA DMBOK wheel in approximately 80 minutes. This provides a “high orbit” data literacy experience for the curious or aspiring data professional.  For more experienced, practising data professionals, this content and approach will hopefully inspire and assist your own data literacy exploits in the workplace. A key takeaway from this session is a comprehensive slide deck of data literacy material that workshop participants can adapt for their own use.

This workshop presents some of the foundational practices of enterprise data management and is composed two parts:

Part 1: “Data Asset Registration”

11:00am – 12:30am

Presented by :

Ms. Sarah Lauder
Director
Anchoram Consulting


Mr Andrew Smailes
Enterprise Data Specialist
DAMA Canberra Branch

Scenario: The Secretary has been summoned to the House to provide a demonstration to the Minister of the Aus-Wide Assets project.  However, after 12 months and $60million, this project, led by Global Multinational Consulting Firm (GMCF), has failed to deliver anything demonstrable. In desperation, the Secretary emails all personnel to see if anybody has something that looks like a bit like the promised Aus-Wide Assets data service and actually works.

Activity: In this hands-on, interactive workshop participants (with assistance from the facilitators) will work together in small groups to build a working solution for the Aus-Wide Assets project. Programming skills are not required, but an aptitude for collaboration, a sense of humour, and a modicum of data literacy would be helpful. A key takeaway from this session is a collection of document templates, process descriptions, data models, and SQL code that participants can use to create their own scalable Data Asset Register.

Workshop A Learning Outcomes

  • Understand an integrated approach to data management;
  • Develop skills in the development and delivery of data literacy;
  • Learn how to design data-driven services that support business outcomes;
  • Improve communication skills about data, data products, and data services.

Part 1: “Data as Fundamental Input to Capability (FIC)” 

1:30 – 2:30pm

Presented by:


Ms. Lois Wake
Director Data Management and Capability
Department of Defence

Background: When a significant warfighting capability acquisition project kicks-off, the focus of media and public attention is typically on the big new ship, vehicle, or aircraft.  Rarely is attention given to the (often mundane) questions of “Do we need a bigger runway?”, “Who’s going to do the maintenance?”, What additional computing equipment do we need to support it?”. These are essential inputs to the acquisition and sustainment of new capabilities.  Increasingly, data and its management, is an essential consideration for a successful project of this kind.

Tutorial: Whether you’re defending Australia’s borders, managing superannuation assets, or processing grant applications, understanding and managing your organisational capabilities, and identifying the role of data in realising these capabilities, should be a core consideration of how to run and improve your business.  This deep-dive tutorial has two main objectives:

  • Explain what FIC’s are, and how data can be incorporated into a FIC-based approach to capability definition, acquisition, and sustainment;
  • Describe the relevance of “Data as a FIC” to all parts of government, and the value it brings to capability management at an individual agency level.

A key takeaway from this session is a comprehensive slide deck on the topic of data and organisational capability development that workshop participants can adapt for their own use.

Part 2: “Chief Data Steward- Thank God You’re Here”

3:00 – 5:00pm

Presented by :

Dr Jonathan Gray
Lead Partner
Anchoram Consulting


Sarah Lauder
Director
Anchoram Consulting


Mr Andrew Smailes
Enterprise Data Specialist
DAMA Canberra Branch

Scenario:  After many months of deliberation, the Executive have agreed to appoint a Chief Data Steward.  Their role is to identify and implement a range of data management capability uplift initiatives across the organisation. These initiatives will directly address many of the organisation’s documented failings in data management, and target known problems, such as data governance in particular.  These initiatives will deliver immediate uplifts in organisational performance, and they will be sustainable, with no additional increase in BAU expenditure.

Activity: In this interactive role-play workshop, participants will work collaboratively in small groups to identify and develop specific data management uplift initiatives to address the documented failings in this fictional, but realistic, government organisation.  The workshop facilitators will assist each group in producing a short presentation for the Chief Data Steward to deliver to the organisation’s Executive.  A representative from each group shall play the role of the Chief Data Steward and deliver their group’s presentation.  A key takeaway from this session is understanding the complexity of designing and pitching a data management improvement initiative to an Executive audience.  Through the role-play exercise, participants can better appreciate what kind of a pitch is more likely to succeed (or not).

Workshop B Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the role of data in organisational capability definition and improvement;
  • Learn about effective data governance;
  • Increase knowledge about, and gain confidence in, developing proposals for organisational improvement initiatives;
  • Improve skills in strategic thinking.

This exclusive gathering sets the stage for an unforgettable pre- conference experience, welcoming our esteemed speakers, partners
and summit attendees.

This is an excellent opportunity to connect with your peers in an intimate and relaxed setting. Enjoy fine drinks and engaging
conversations as you build valuable connections and set the stage for a memorable pre- conference experience. In addition, this is the
best way to skip the registration queue on the day of the conference and get your badge early.

The Hon. Jihad Dib
Minister for Customer Service and Digital
Government (NSW)

  • Outlining the practical initiatives to ensure tangible results will be achieved towards the Australian government’s vision by 2030
  • Transparent and open communication between citizens & stakeholders with the use of new technology



Chris Fechner
Chief Executive Officer 
Digital Transformation Agency

  • Leading with purpose, values, and objectives to inform and govern data-centric approaches
  • Why citizen/business outcomes and considerations should guide actions for meaningful progress
  • How aligning with core values improves productivity, competitiveness and community confidence

Permenthri Pillay
Government and Public Sector Business Transformation, Digital Transformation

EY Australia

Rajesh Iyer
Technology Consulting, Data & Analytics, AI and Data, Australian Federal Government
EY Australia

  • Why top-down policy is essential for enhanced data literacy
  • Embedding governance into your organisational culture
  • Designing data infrastructure to cultivate a better data-driven culture within your organisation

    Moderator:


    David Bremstaller
    Principal Industry Consultant, Government
    SAS

    Pannelists:


    Imma Chippendale
    Executive Director, Data & Performance and Chief Data Officer
    Department of Regional NSW


    Dr. Paul Robard
    Chief Integration Officer
    Department of Defence


    Jenny Humphrys

    Chief Data Officer
    Department of Employment and Workplace Relations


    Ray Greenwood
    Director, Customer Advisory
    SAS

The Australian Federal Government Agencies have mandates to make data a first class asset to improve citizen services, uplift data sharing, reduce data breaches and navigate the disruption from constant systems and organisational change.

Many agencies are at various stages of maturity and implementation, but with an average failure rate for these programs at greater than 50%, what lessons can be learned from similar complex agencies globally where business value is being delivered from Data dependent programs? In this talk, Denodo will expand on how their Logical Data Fabric platform has rescued, derisked and increased innovation.

  • Global examples of how Government Agencies accelerate and de-risk their data initiative.
  • Secure Data Sharing in the Public Sector, lessons from leading Government Agencies in the US and Europe.


Benjamin Henshall
Regional Vice President, Denodo & Minh Nguyen, Regional Director
Denodo

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Chair:


Olga Lysenko
Director Enterprise Data Strategy & Governance
Department of Climate Change, Energy, Environment and the Water

  •  The features of a data access system that balances safe and useful data access
  • How these are applied in practice in the ABS
  • How this data access system has made a difference to the lives of Australians


Michael Smedes
Chief Data Officer
Australian Bureau of Statistics

  • Exploring how best practice data governance looks like
  • Implementing measures to ensure data accuracy, consistency and reliability
  • Eliminating the complexity of data silos by combining file storage, backups and archival data in one platform


Panellists


Jeremy Spindler
Assistant Director
Department of Employment and Workplace Relations


Kylie Swan
Director Data Collection & Governance
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission


Jo Talbot
Director, Data and Information Governance
IP Australia


Chris Gondek
Solutions Engineering Manager
NetApp Australia & New Zealand

Through public sector examples from Australia and around the world you will learn how to:

  • Understanding the risks and prioritising access to the flow of information so decision makers, stakeholders and the community can benefit from data-driven innovation in a secure environment
  • Integrating and harnessing insights from structured and unstructured data for better decision making and value creation
  • Considering factors such as scalability, compatibility, and long-term sustainability to make informed decisions on your digital transformation journey


Paul Lamb
VP & General Manager
Iron Mountain

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Chair:


Liz Daykin
Manager, Data Office
Australian Retirement Trust

  • Bringing together de-identified information from different government agencies about Australians with disability and without disability
  • Giving a more complete picture of the programs and services people with disability use


Gemma Van Halderen
Group Manager, Data and Evaluation (Chief Data Officer)
Department of Social Services

  • The use of digital identity and access to public services
  • Ensuring data privacy and protection when accessing government services online

  • How can organisations and governments ensure they use the public data appropriately and ethically for their intended purposes?
  • Best practices employed to collect, utilise and manage data appropriately in today’s digital age?


Panellists


Gemma Van Halderen
Group Manager, Data and Evaluation (Chief Data Officer)
Department of Social Services


Dr. Jasmine Glover
Director, ACT Heritage System Reforms
ACT Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate


Philip Wise
Director of Data Improvement and Analysis
Safe Work Australia

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Kieran Hagan
Data & AI Segment Leader
IBM


LTCOL Adam Hepworth, PhD
Artificial Intelligence , Autonomous Systems and Teamning (AST), Robotic & Autonomous Systems Implementation & Coordination Office (RICO)
Department of Defence


Leon Czechowicz
Federal Government Engineering Lead, ANZ
Snowflake

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  • How do we know what data sets are available, and that these are understood and used efficiently?
  • How do we boost the discovery, negotiation and access to organisational data in a safe and efficient way?
  • What are the steps to enabling greater collaboration, information sharing, and data literacy between business units?


Samuel Spencer
Chief Executive Officer & Chief Information Security Officer
Aristotle Metadata

  •  Examining mechanisms for a secured data sharing and collaboration among government agencies
  • Ensure your workforce has the skills and tools it needs to ethically leverage data to support the public good


Kate Zubrinich
Manager – Data & Analytics
Local Government Association of Queensland

  •  How can a data strategy help me?
  • Why is data governance so important?
  • Who should take responsibility?


Kristy Van Putten
Senior Director – Directorate Data Officer
ACT Government

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  • Business data challenges and opportunities
  • Indigenous data management and governance
  • Change management through multi-faceted reforms


Dr. Jasmine Glover
Director, ACT Heritage System Reforms 
ACT Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate

  • Development of wellbeing frameworks
  • Measurement of wellbeing at an individual and cohort level
  • The challenges of measuring whole of person wellbeing
  • Program evaluation through a wellbeing lens
  • Use of whole of government data



Kaylan Jordan

Assistant Secretary, Data and Analytics Branch
Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care

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  • NLP use cases: Exploring practical applications in government and AGD settings
  • Data scalability: Addressing the challenges of vast governmental data
  • Real-time processing:
    Techniques for immediate
    insights and feedback
  • Legacy integration: Seamlessly blending NLP with older IT systems
  • Domain-specific adjustments: Fine-tuning models to fit government-specific term
  • Diverse data source
    optimisation: Adapting NLP for varied input types.
  • System reliability: Implementing robust systems for consistent performance
     


Matthew Altenburg
Data Scientist/AI Specialist
Attorney General
Department


Liming Zhu
Research Director, Software and Computational Systems
DATA61 | CSIRO

  • Where is AI on your
    transformation roadmap?
  • Optimising processes to become more efficient and productive
  • Legal framework that you must comply and report in with AI?

Panellists:


Liming Zhu
Research Director, Software and Computational Systems
DATA61 | CSIRO


Matthew Altenburg
Data Scientist/AI Specialist
Attorney General
Department


Dr Mahendra
Samarawickrama
Director
Global AI Ethics Institute

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Join us for an immersive one-hour interactive World Cafe session, available to a limited group of 30 attendees. To secure your spot, please make sure to pre-register before the Summit.

 

Delve into three dynamic 15-minute discussions each topic within this one-hour session. You’ll have the chance to brainstorm and exchange ideas with fellow industry peers, with all three topics presented during the session. Following each discussion, individuals or groups will have the opportunity to step forward and share their pivotal insights with the entire group. It’s an enriching opportunity to engage, collaborate, and unlock fresh perspectives.

These lively discussions offer diverse concepts, expanding learning. Facilitated by industry experts, these talks encourage reflecting on personal experiences.

 

Key discussion points: 

  • What is reference data, where does it come from, and why does it matter?
  • The role of reference data in representing business structure and data needs
  • Reference data management for system integrity and data quality 
  • Getting started with an enterprise approach

Key discussion points: 

  • You can’t do analytics on data you can’t find, and you can’t govern what you don’t understand” – so how do you find and understand?
  • Discovery is a broad class of services
  • Managing metadata both prescriptively and descriptively
  • Tools for defining data, and tools for harvesting metadata
  • Hints, tips, and gotchas for practical data discovery

Key discussion points: 

  • Why is data shared?
  • Dependency of data sharing on effective data discovery
  • Consolidated data versus distributed data
  • Mechanisms and frameworks for the management of sharing
 
 
 

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Chair:


Olga Lysenko
Director Enterprise Data Strategy & Governance
Department of Climate Change, Energy, Environment and the Water

  •  The features of a data access system that balances safe and useful data access
  • How these are applied in practice in the ABS
  • How this data access system has made a difference to the lives of Australians


Michael Smedes
Chief Data Officer
Australian Bureau of Statistics

  • Exploring how best practice data governance looks like
  • Implementing measures to ensure data accuracy, consistency and reliability
  • Eliminating the complexity of data silos by combining file storage, backups and archival data in one platform


Panellists


Jeremy Spindler
Assistant Director
Department of Employment and Workplace Relations


Kylie Swan
Director Data Collection & Governance
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission


Jo Talbot
Director, Data and Information Governance
IP Australia


Chris Gondek
Solutions Engineering Manager
NetApp Australia & New Zealand

  • Understanding the risks and prioritising access to the flow of information so decision makers, stakeholders and the community can benefit from data-driven innovation in a secure environment
  • Integrating and harnessing insights from structured and unstructured data for better decision making and value creation
  • Considering factors such as scalability, compatibility, and long-term sustainability to make informed decisions on your digital transformation journey


Paul Lamb
VP & General Manager
Iron Mountain

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  • How do we know what data sets are available, and that these are understood and used efficiently?
  • How do we boost the discovery, negotiation and access to organisational data in a safe and efficient way?
  • What are the steps to enabling greater collaboration, information sharing, and data literacy between business units?


Samuel Spencer
Chief Executive Officer & Chief Information Security Officer
Aristotle Metadata

  •  Examining mechanisms for a secured data sharing and collaboration among government agencies
  • Ensure your workforce has the skills and tools it needs to ethically leverage data to support the public good


Kate Zubrinich
Manager – Data & Analytics
Local Government Association of Queensland

  •  How can a data strategy help me?
  • Why is data governance so important?
  • Who should take responsibility?


Kristy Van Putten
Senior Director – Directorate Data Officer
ACT Government

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Chair:


Liz Daykin
Manager, Data Office
Australian Retirement Trust

  • Bringing together de-identified information from different government agencies about Australians with disability and without disability
  • Giving a more complete picture of the programs and services people with disability use


Gemma Van Halderen
Group Manager, Data and Evaluation (Chief Data Officer)
Department of Social Services

  • The use of digital identity and access to public services
  • Ensuring data privacy and protection when accessing government services online

  • How can organisations and governments ensure they use the public data appropriately and ethically for their intended purposes?
  • Best practices employed to collect, utilise and manage data appropriately in today’s digital age?


Panellists:


Gemma Van Halderen
Group Manager, Data and Evaluation (Chief Data Officer)
Department of Social Services


Dr. Jasmine Glover
Director, ACT Heritage System Reforms
ACT Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate


Philip Wise
Director of Data Improvement and Analysis
Safe Work Australia

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Joana Valente
Partner Consulting
Deloitte

  • Business data challenges and opportunities
  • Indigenous data management and governance
  • Change management through multi-faceted reforms


Dr. Jasmine Glover
Director, ACT Heritage System Reforms 
ACT Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate

  • Development of wellbeing frameworks
  • Measurement of wellbeing at an individual and cohort level
  • The challenges of measuring whole of person wellbeing
  • Program evaluation through a wellbeing lens
  • Use of whole of government data



Kaylan Jordan
Assistant Secretary, Data and Analytics Branch
Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care

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Kieran Hagan
Data & AI Segment Leader
IBM


LTCOL Adam Hepworth, PhD
Artificial Intelligence , Autonomous Systems and Teamning (AST), Robotic & Autonomous Systems Implementation & Coordination Office (RICO)
Department of Defence


Leon Czechowicz
Federal Government Engineering Lead, ANZ,
Snowflake

 

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  • NLP use cases: Exploring practical applications in government and AGD settings
  • Data scalability: Addressing the challenges of vast governmental data
  • Real-time processing:
    Techniques for immediate
    insights and feedback
  • Legacy integration: Seamlessly blending NLP with older IT systems
  • Domain-specific adjustments: Fine-tuning models to fit government-specific term
  • Diverse data source
    optimisation: Adapting NLP for varied input types.
  • System reliability: Implementing robust systems for consistent performance


Matthew Altenburg
Data Scientist/AI Specialist
Attorney General
Department


Liming Zhu
Research Director, Software and Computational Systems
DATA61 | CSIRO

  • Where is AI on your transformation roadmap?
  • Optimising processes to become more efficient and productive
  • Legal framework that you must comply and report in with AI?

Panellists:


Liming Zhu
Research Director, Software and Computational Systems
DATA61 | CSIRO


Matthew Altenburg
Data Scientist/AI Specialist
Attorney General Department


Dr. Mahendra Samarawickram
Director
Global AI Ethics Institute

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Join us for an immersive one-hour interactive World Cafe session, available to a limited group of 30 attendees. To secure your spot, please make sure to pre-register before the Summit.

 

Delve into three dynamic 15-minute discussions each topic within this one-hour session. You’ll have the chance to brainstorm and exchange ideas with fellow industry peers, with all three topics presented during the session. Following each discussion, individuals or groups will have the opportunity to step forward and share their pivotal insights with the entire group. It’s an enriching opportunity to engage, collaborate, and unlock fresh perspectives.

These lively discussions offer diverse concepts, expanding learning. Facilitated by industry experts, these talks encourage reflecting on personal experiences.

 

Key discussion points: 

  • What is reference data, where does it come from, and why does it matter?
  • The role of reference data in representing business structure and data needs
  • Reference data management for system integrity and data quality 
  • Getting started with an enterprise approach

Key discussion points: 

  • You can’t do analytics on data you can’t find, and you can’t govern what you don’t understand” – so how do you find and understand?
  • Discovery is a broad class of services
  • Managing metadata both prescriptively and descriptively
  • Tools for defining data, and tools for harvesting metadata
  • Hints, tips, and gotchas for practical data discovery

Key discussion points: 

  • Why is data shared?
  • Dependency of data sharing on effective data discovery
  • Consolidated data versus distributed data
  • Mechanisms and frameworks for the management of sharing
 
 
 

 

 

  • Improving and maintaining data quality and the reliability of the public data
  • Providing a structured approach to managing and utilising the vast amount of data that government agencies deal with to enable them to make more informed decisions and deliver more efficient and effective public services
  • How can we align operations to provide a coherent and connected public services?


Mark Sowden

Chief Executive and Government Statistician
Tatauranga Aotearoa Statistics New Zealand

  • Delivering AI and analytics at scale to meet community expectations for service delivery and the government’s data and digital agenda
  • Compare and contrast demand and potential for D&A (including AI) in government to supply of D&A capability across the APS
  • Strategies to address the imbalance and provide a call to action for APS leaders


Marek Rucinski

Deputy Commissioner – Head of Smarter Data Program
Australian Taxation Office

Join us at the end of the day for cocktails, canapes and the opportunity to network with your peers, speakers and sponsors.

All attendees are invited to the Networking Dinner from 7 pm onwards at The Boat House, Canberra. Please note, that the Networking Dinner is not included in your conference registration fee. Don’t forget to include it as your add-on while completing your registration online.


The Hon. Andrew Leigh
Assistant Minister for Competition, Charities and Treasury, Assistant Minister for Employment
Department of Competition, Charities and Treasury, and Department of Employment

  • Leveraging data in government to enhance business and citizen outcomes
  • Improving data quality to strengthen government capabilities


Gayle Milnes
National Data Commissioner
Office of the National Data Commissioner
  • How can governments protect and better use the public data in this digital age?
  • Implementing preventative strategies to safeguard government data from evolving cyber risks


Karthik Murugan
Data Leader, Public Sector
Amazon Web Services

1. Is data really a profession?

• What defines a professional?
• What are the competencies and how to train in them?

The Hon. Victor Dominello
Co-Founder
ServiceGen

2. Where does AI fit into the wheel?

  • Is AI a separate practice to other data management practices?
  • How do practitioners blend AI into their professional services?

Ian Opperman
Co-Founder
ServiceGen

  • Breaking down data silos: Maximizing insights and efficiency through representing entities from multiple sources.
  • Efficient cross-domain development: unleashing insights and streamlining deployment with integrated entity representation


Justin Wilkie
a/Manager Technology Strategy and Data
Australian Federal Police

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Chair:


Olga Lysenko
Director Enterprise Data Strategy & Governance
Department of Climate Change, Energy, Environment and the Wate

  • Aligning your data strategy with your organization’s broader goals and objectives
  • Driving business transformation through effective use of data and technology
  • Building organisation culture and governance for sustainable outcomes
  •  


Xiaoyan Lu
Executive Director, System Assurance and Data Analytics Group
Australian National Audit Office


Tara Searle
Chief Information Officer
Australian National Audit Office

  • Transcending borders with an Integrated Geospatial Infrastructure
  • Fostering efficiencies and collaboration for informed decision making across government
  • Robust governance for data quality and interoperability to enhance access and use of location data

Megan McCabe
Director of Digital Atlas
Geoscience Australia

  • Unleash the potential of integrated data solutions
  • Unraveling the strategic advantage; solving the puzzle of data management
  • Streamline your approach with – knowledge management and analytics driven by models
  • Enhance your progress; seamlessly linking data management, for optimal Influence


Dr Jonathan Gray
Lead Partner
Anchoram Consulting

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Chair:


Liz Daykin

Manager, Data Office
Australian Retirement Trust

  • Shared access to data and information to set and monitor the implementation of efforts to close the gap for Indigenous Australians
  • Establishing partnerships to improve collection, access, management and use of data, including identifying improvements to existing data collection and management
  • Producing more in-depth data stocktakes and a far greater flow of data from governments to Indigenous organisations and communities


Nattlie Smith (Wiradjuri)
Branch Manager Strategic Insights
National Indigenous Australians Agency

  • The value of uplifting data literacy capabilities across your organisation
  • Tailoring data literacy training program to your unique business context and needs
  • Understanding the varying levels of maturity required for different roles – developing personas to support their growth and training
  • Embedding data literacy program into BAU


Michelle Teis
Managing Partner
GWI

  • Meeting citizen expectations for more transparent, accessible and responsive services
  • Breaking down data silos and leveraging the full potential of citizen data
  • Developing transparent data practices and gaining stakeholder buy-in


Panellists:


Thomas Ryan
First Assistant Commissioner
Enterprise Transformation Group, Australian Electoral Commission


Nattlie Smith (Wiradjuri)
Branch Manager Strategic Insights
National Indigenous Australians Agency

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Imma Okonny
Chief Data Officer and Assistant Deputy Minister
Employment and Social Development Canada / Government of Canada

  • Outlining the challenges posed by using AI technologies in the delivery of medicine
  • Inclusive use of health data including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and other culturally diverse groups to avoid health inequality
  •  Minimising healthcare disparity and help to support the healthcare labour shortage


Dr. Holger Kaufmann
Chief Information Officer and Executive Group Manager,Digital Solutions Division
ACT Health Directorate

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  • What are some important considerations when approaching the role and responsibility of a proactive data stewardship, business value, strategy and leadership within our organisations?
  • Discussing how effective governance structures ensure data quality, security, and compliance in tandem with IT policies
  • How can we continue to improve effective data communication, capabilities collaboration across internal data communities, departments and across government to tackle systemic data challenges?
  • Exploring the benefits of having interconnected IT systems that facilitate seamless data flow and accessibility
  • Practical examples of successful data-driven decision-making enabled by a cohesive data and IT strategy


Shikha Sharma

Chief Information Ocer
Department of Human Services, SA

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  • Addressing existing bias in the tech industry and discussing strategies for fostering an inclusive and equal environment
  • Initiatives that promote education, training, and mentorship for women pursuing careers in analytics and data


Panellists:


Pia Andrews
Chief Data Officer
Department of Home Affairs


Xiaoyan Lu
Executive Director, System Assurance and Data Analytics Group
Australian National Audit Office


Kate Zubrinich
Manager – Data & Analytics
Local Government Association of Queensland

  • How to measure and communicate the value of data literacy within your organisation
  • Investing in skills-based workforce to meet the needs of today’s digital age



Jenny Humphrys
Chief Data Officer
Department of Employment and Workplace Relations

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  • Citizen centric approach – delivery focus, while building future capacity
  • Finding where the insights lie and focusing analytical effort
  • The use of evidence and data-driven decisions in policy decisions and agency improvement efforts
  • Thriving in the age of actionable insight



Thomas Ryan

First Assistant Commissioner, Enterprise Transformation Group
Australian Electoral Commission

  • More insight, less effort – Building digital architectures to turn information into actionable insights
  • Knowing your audience – understanding what you want to say and to who
  • Developing an effective process that will ensure quality data visuals
  • Understanding what visuals work best for different data types
  • How to get build a data and AI literacy program; how to design, implement and embed an ongoing program that is more than a compliance or e-learn but engages and inspires every single person and helps them navigate an environment of rapidly evolving technology and ethics.
  • Actual examples of programs – what went well, what didn’t go well, and what you need in place to make this effective


Michaela Shea
Head of Data Strategy and Engagement
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

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  • Exploring the development of a contemporary data governance framework within the ACIC
  • Addressing the challenges of developing sound data governance in line with Government and community expectations, in an era of AI and rapidly expanding technology and big data management



Dr. Katie Willis

National Manager Data Analytics
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

  • AUVs and Automated marine monitoring systems that monitor the state and health of critical marine ecosystems
  • Machine Learning tools that rapidly extract and share data from images of coral reefs anywhere in the world to build insights
  • Highlighting innovative digital tools such as ReefCloud and ReefScan

 


Dr. Kameron Christopher
Director, Data Science and Research Services
Australian Institute of Marine Science

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Present you solutions in just 3-5 minutes!

Rapid Fire Session 1

Rapid Fire Session 2

Rapid Fire Session 3

Rapid Fire Session 4

Rapid Fire Session 5

Rapid Fire Session 6

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Chair:


Olga Lysenko
Director Enterprise Data Strategy & Governance
Department of Climate Change, Energy, Environment and the Wate

  • Aligning your data strategy with your organization’s broader goals and objectives
  • Driving business transformation through effective use of data and technology
  • Building organisation culture and governance for sustainable outcomes
  •  


Xiaoyan Lu
Executive Director, System Assurance and Data Analytics Group
Australian National Audit Office


Tara Searle
Chief Information Officer
Australian National Audit Office

  • Transcending borders with an Integrated Geospatial Infrastructure
  • Fostering efficiencies and collaboration for informed decision making across government
  • Robust governance for data quality and interoperability to enhance access and use of location data

Megan McCabe
Director of Digital Atlas
Geoscience Australia

  • Unleash the potential of integrated data solutions
  • Unraveling the strategic advantage; solving the puzzle of data management
  • Streamline your approach with – knowledge management and analytics driven by models
  • Enhance your progress; seamlessly linking data management, for optimal Influence


Dr Jonathan Gray
Lead Partner
Anchoram Consulting

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  • Addressing existing bias in the tech industry and discussing strategies for fostering an inclusive and equal environment
  • Initiatives that promote education, training, and mentorship for women pursuing careers in analytics and data


Panellists:


Pia Andrews
Chief Data Officer
Department of Home Affairs


Xiaoyan Lu
Executive Director, System Assurance and Data Analytics Group
Australian National Audit Office


Kate Zubrinich
Manager – Data & Analytics
Local Government Association of Queensland

  • How to measure and communicate the value of data literacy within your organisation
  • Investing in skills-based workforce to meet the needs of today’s digital age



Jenny Humphrys
Chief Data Officer
Department of Employment and Workplace Relations

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Chair:


Liz Daykin

Manager, Data Office
Australian Retirement Trust

  • Shared access to data and information to set and monitor the implementation of efforts to close the gap for Indigenous Australians
  • Establishing partnerships to improve collection, access, management and use of data, including identifying improvements to existing data collection and management
  • Producing more in-depth data stocktakes and a far greater flow of data from governments to Indigenous organisations and communities


Nattlie Smith (Wiradjuri)
Branch Manager Strategic Insights
National Indigenous Australians Agency

  • The value of uplifting data literacy capabilities across your organisation
  • Tailoring data literacy training program to your unique business context and needs
  • Understanding the varying levels of maturity required for different roles – developing personas to support their growth and training
  • Embedding data literacy program into BAU


Michelle Teis
Managing Partner
GWI

  • Meeting citizen expectations for more transparent, accessible and responsive services
  • Breaking down data silos and leveraging the full potential of citizen data
  • Developing transparent data practices and gaining stakeholder buy-in


Panellists:


Thomas Ryan
First Assistant Commissioner
Enterprise Transformation Group, Australian Electoral Commission


Nattlie Smith (Wiradjuri)
Branch Manager Strategic Insights
National Indigenous Australians Agency

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  • Citizen centric approach – delivery focus, while building future capacity
  • Finding where the insights lie and focusing analytical effort
  • The use of evidence and data-driven decisions in policy decisions and agency improvement efforts
  • Thriving in the age of actionable insight



Thomas Ryan

First Assistant Commissioner, Enterprise Transformation Group
Australian Electoral Commission

  • More insight, less effort – Building digital architectures to turn information into actionable insights
  • Knowing your audience – understanding what you want to say and to who
  • Developing an effective process that will ensure quality data visuals
  • Understanding what visuals work best for different data types
  • How to get build a data and AI literacy program; how to design, implement and embed an ongoing program that is more than a compliance or e-learn but engages and inspires every single person and helps them navigate an environment of rapidly evolving technology and ethics.
  • Actual examples of programs – what went well, what didn’t go well, and what you need in place to make this effective


Michaela Shea
Head of Data Strategy and Engagement
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

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Imma Okonny
Chief Data Officer and Assistant Deputy Minister
Employment and Social Development Canada / Government of Canada

  • Outlining the challenges posed by using AI technologies in the delivery of medicine
  • Inclusive use of health data including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and other culturally diverse groups to avoid health inequality
  •  Minimising healthcare disparity and help to support the healthcare labour shortage


Dr. Holger Kaufmann
Chief Information Officer and Executive Group Manager,Digital Solutions Division
ACT Health Directorate

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  • Exploring the development of a contemporary data governance framework within the ACIC
  • Addressing the challenges of developing sound data governance in line with Government and community expectations, in an era of AI and rapidly expanding technology and big data management



Dr. Katie Willis

National Manager Data Analytics
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

  • AUVs and Automated marine monitoring systems that monitor the state and health of critical marine ecosystems
  • Machine Learning tools that rapidly extract and share data from images of coral reefs anywhere in the world to build insights
  • Highlighting innovative digital tools such as ReefCloud and ReefScan

 


Dr. Kameron Christopher
Director, Data Science and Research Services
Australian Institute of Marine Science

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  • What are some important considerations when approaching the role and responsibility of a proactive data stewardship, business value, strategy and leadership within our organisations?
  • Discussing how effective governance structures ensure data quality, security, and compliance in tandem with IT policies
  • How can we continue to improve effective data communication, capabilities collaboration across internal data communities, departments and across government to tackle systemic data challenges?
  • Exploring the benefits of having interconnected IT systems that facilitate seamless data flow and accessibility
  • Practical examples of successful data-driven decision-making enabled by a cohesive data and IT strategy


Shikha Sharma

Chief Information Ocer
Department of Human Services, SA

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Present you solutions in just 3-5 minutes!

Rapid Fire Session 1

Rapid Fire Session 2

Rapid Fire Session 3

Rapid Fire Session 4

Rapid Fire Session 5

Rapid Fire Session 6

  • The geospatial advantage: Revolutionising real-time data sharing and integration for the public sector
  • Geospatially enabling your data: Strategies, governance, and innovation for success


Lisa Bush
Branch Head – National Location Information
Geoscience Australia

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