Forum to shine spotlight on collaboration and data sharing
Government employees will have the chance to hear how breaking departmental data silos can enhance their organisations’ service delivery at the upcoming Public Sector Data Governance and Management Forum.
The forum, to be held in Canberra next month, will show attendees how they can develop a trust-based, cross-institutional culture that champions collaboration — allowing participants to share, analyse and visualise data to support decision-making processes, improve employee productivity and boost public engagement and trust.
Attendees will also get a deeper understanding of data-sharing legislation, standards and frameworks to ensure all usage and handling stays above board and organisational trust is maintained.
Finally, the event will explore how government departments can use new technologies to retain data’s usability and integrity.
Event organiser Liquid Learning said those interested in attending the 18–22 November forum can use code AA1 to have their booking processed as a priority.
More information about the forum can be found via Liquid Learning’s website.
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