The success of digital services depends on trust
Data is key to the future of digital online services. And handling data appropriately and securely is key to building stakeholder trust.
In government, expectations around data handling and accuracy are high. Public trust may be compromised if governments fail to be transparent on how data is used to make decisions in the public interest.
Failures in data handling will also diminish this trust.
In this report, with the help of contributions from data and analytics leaders in the public sector, we explore how data and analytics leaders in government agencies are working to deliver trusted data.
While governments are in unique positions of public accountability, the commentary in this report will be useful for any organisation that aspires to have strong data governance frameworks to enable more powerful data-driven applications.
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- Dr Ian Oppermann, Chief Data Scientist, New South Wales Government
- Dr Maria Milosavljevic, Chief Data Integration Officer, Australian Department of Defence
- Marek Rucinski, Head of Data and Analytics, Australian Taxation Office
- Michael Anderson, Chief Strategist, Public Sector, Informatica
- Sam Majid, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission
- Wendy Hamilton, General Manager, Data System Capability, Statistics New Zealand
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