Public Sector Data Summit 2022
Benefits of Unlocking Data, Utilising AI and Data Analytics
Thursday, 26th May 2022
QEII Centre, Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE
Note: This is a live face-to-face event only
Thursday 26th May 2022, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE
Presentations and case studies include:
Harnessing the power of data to transform healthcare and drive recovery – As we look to lock in the beneficial gains enabled by COVID-19 in terms of how data is used and shared to inform decision-making, Ed Kendall will talk about the key role data is playing in the NHS’ COVID-19 response, underpinning the largest vaccination programme in NHS history, the recovery of critical services and how data could be used in the ‘new NHS’ be used to reshape services around the patient and their needs.
How ‘synthetic data’ is providing improvements in data testing and sharing capabilities within the DWP – DWP Innovation lab is exploring privacy enhanced technologies like Synthetic data to explore possible opportunities of data sharing. In this presentation Dr Shruti Kohli will walk you the current experiment carried out within the lab.
Addressing the challenges of data sharing in the public sector – It is widely agreed that sharing good quality public sector data, both within the public sector and externally, can improve public sector services and benefit the economy and society. However, there are multiple risks associated with sharing this as well as gaining trust from the public that data is kept secure. In this session, Eva Murray, Lead Evangelist at Snowflake, shares how a modern, secure and cloud-based data platform can enable secure data sharing in the public sector.
Building data and analytical capability; how do we train personnel for the future and use collaborative technologies to support this?
Modern Data Strategy to Enable more Proactive Government – Proactive government is all about providing a seamless citizen experience by anticipating citizen ambitions, reducing touch points, and designing proactive & user-friendly public services. Breaking Data silos, adopting augmented Analytics and enabling Data sharing are at the fore front of achieving more proactive Public Sector. In this session, we will see how a modern Data strategy on AWS can help harness the full potential of government Data to become more proactive and provide better citizen experience.
Extracting actionable insight from big data to facilitate evidence based decision making in Public Sector organisations – Public Sector organisations face a number of challenges when attempting to extract insight from big data to inform policy choices and decision making. Jon Jarritt, a Market Leader from GHD Advisory, will share examples of where we have helped organisations build capability and extract valuable insights from big data, with a specific focus on using location data from mobile networks.
Building Responsible Citizen Data Scientists – Analytic talent is hard to find, especially for public sector roles, making empowering others in your organisation with low code machine learning tools all the more appealing. But the decisions coming from these users must still be equally fair and transparent to be valuable and accepted for public use. In this session, we will show how governed data access, low code tools, and explainability come together to form the complete toolbox your citizen data scientists need to craft responsible policy.
Why democratising data science will prove key for Public Sector organisations
The ability to derive insight from data is essential to the success of technology initiatives. Leaders across the Public Sector understand data analytics capabilities are no longer a “nice to have”, but an essential driving force for transformation. This session will discuss the role data analytics can play and ask how Public Sector leaders can take data and turn it into transformational insights that ultimately create real change for UK citizens.
Harnessing Big Data and Analytics to drive efficiencies and improvements. An insight into Crown Commercial Service’s upcoming specialist framework for the UK Public Sector
Public sector organisations are swimming in data, but how do you break down siloes and make sure the right controls are in place to successfully manage open data?
This session with Principal Data Engineer, Ian Cowley, will explore how public sector organisations can manage data at scale, and make data accessible to citizens, patients, service users and communities without compromising security and quality.
Moving from Business Intelligence to Decision Intelligence to make operational impacts using AI – Learn from case studies about public and private sector organisations that are operationalising data, going from manually sifting through BI graphical and tabular output to automating millions of actions using decision intelligence. Discover why connecting data is essential to making AI transparent and accurate enough to power digital channels.
Data-driven Digital Transformation within public sector – More public sector organisations than ever are assessing the opportunities hidden in their treasure troves of data to enrich new digital ways of working.
The two big challenges in deriving value from business data are the sheer volume and variety you will have to sift through, and the speed of analysis. To be a digital leader, you need to move beyond traditional approaches. Collecting data from multiple sources is not just to facilitate the analysis of the past but more to predict outcomes, automate and enhance data-driven decisions for the future. In this session we will look at how to capitalise on years of data capture, drive new ways of working and deliver impactful decisions to provide better citizen experiences in an ever-changing world.
Unleashing innovation – How the public workforce system in the United States responded to the COVID 19 pandemic – Worldwide, COVID 19 proved to be a disruptive force for public workforce systems that resulted in dramatic changes to traditional service delivery models. In the United States, labour agencies had to simultaneously retool systems to distribute benefits to workers who lost employment due to the pandemic, fend off an onslaught of fraudulent transactions, and reimagine their entire service delivery model due to the closure of employment offices, all in a matter of weeks. In this session, discover some of these new service delivery methodologies and gain insights into how many of these new approaches are here to stay.
Supercharging recovery with insight-led decision making – Whether you are looking to tackle elective care recovery or support vulnerable and at-risk community groups, data and insights will play a pivotal role in your success. As part of this presentation, we will reveal the tools you need to inform decision making in a recovery setting.
Liberating knowledge and streamlining work with metadata
Learn about NHS Digital’s innovative build of a ‘one stop shop’ for all kinds of information about national health data assets. This new information store will provide comprehensive national data catalogue views to external data consumers for the first time. In addition, this information will be used to make decisions to reduce the burden on national data providers, will enable quality assurance on new data products designs and will introduce greater automation in data production pipelines and data access control.
A tech & data-driven approach to tackling homelessness
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