Innovation in Government: the current and future use of data in Government considered the risks and opportunities around the use of data in Government policy and administration.
The speakers shared their experience and views on how data can be used to support stronger policy outcomes, the potential risks, and key opportunities of broadening the use of data in government policy and administration.
The speakers were:
Professor Tim Maloney, Head of the School of Economics and Co-Director of the Centre for Social Data Analytics (CSDA) at the Auckland University of Technology, and Chief Economist at the Ministry of Social Development.
Paul Stone, head of the New Zealand Open Government Data Programme which sits under the Government’s Chief Data Steward and CEO of Statistics NZ.
Their presentation files are attached below: