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Chief Data & Analytics Officers, Government

August 19-20, 2020 | Embassy Suites Washington DC Convention Center

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Day 1 - 19 August
08:00

Registration & Coffee in the Networking Area

Registration & Coffee in the Networking Area

August 19 | 08:00 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Chair’s Opening Remarks

August 19 | 09:00 - 09:15

Speaking:

09:15

Keynote Presentation: Putting the C into CDAO – Providing Strategic Leadership to Guide Your Agency Through the Big Data Revolution

Keynote Presentation: Putting the C into CDAO – Providing Strategic Leadership to Guide Your Agency Through the Big Data Revolution

August 19 | 09:15 - 09:40

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09:40

Keynote Presentation: Make an Impact! Aligning Data & Analytics Strategy with Organization-Wide Priorities and Goals

Keynote Presentation: Make an Impact! Aligning Data & Analytics Strategy with Organization-Wide Priorities and Goals

August 19 | 09:40 - 10:05

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10:05

Panel Discussion: Making Every Tax Dollar Count – Delivering Value & Proving ROI of Your Data & Analytics Program

  • What does ‘value’ look like when we aren’t working to deliver a profit, and how should we plan to deliver it? Should we consider only direct cost savings, or can we identify less tangible benefits which should be considered and included, such as improvements in quality of life?
  • Which hard metrics should be used to measure ROI in a public sector environment? How can we quantify our impact on our organization?
  • Justifying investment in Data & Analytics to your organization and to the public who fund it

Panel Discussion: Making Every Tax Dollar Count – Delivering Value & Proving ROI of Your Data & Analytics Program

August 19 | 10:05 - 10:45

  • What does ‘value’ look like when we aren’t working to deliver a profit, and how should we plan to deliver it? Should we consider only direct cost savings, or can we identify less tangible benefits which should be considered and included, such as improvements in quality of life?
  • Which hard metrics should be used to measure ROI in a public sector environment? How can we quantify our impact on our organization?
  • Justifying investment in Data & Analytics to your organization and to the public who fund it

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10:45

Morning Coffee in the Networking Area

Morning Coffee in the Networking Area

August 19 | 10:45 - 11:15

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11:15

Keynote Presentation: “In Data We Trust” – Installing a Truly Data-Driven Culture in a Public Sector Organization

Keynote Presentation: “In Data We Trust” – Installing a Truly Data-Driven Culture in a Public Sector Organization

August 19 | 11:15 - 11:40

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11:40

Keynote Presentation: From the Top Down - Securing Executive Buy In & Support for your Data & Analytics Program

Keynote Presentation: From the Top Down - Securing Executive Buy In & Support for your Data & Analytics Program

August 19 | 11:40 - 12:05

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12:05

Panel Discussion: Overcoming the Bureaucratic Tendency to Resist Change to Build a Culture that Embraces the Power of Data & Analytics

  • How can we encourage front-line users to successfully adapt and embrace change? Minimizing disruption, maximizing performance, and embedding the transition.
  • Exploring approaches for successfully enabling and implementing change within Government bodies
  • How can we ensure that everyone across the agency implements change on the same timetable, to best ensure a successful and smooth transition? What are the risks of failing to bring those who approach change differently together?

Panel Discussion: Overcoming the Bureaucratic Tendency to Resist Change to Build a Culture that Embraces the Power of Data & Analytics

August 19 | 12:05 - 12:45

  • How can we encourage front-line users to successfully adapt and embrace change? Minimizing disruption, maximizing performance, and embedding the transition.
  • Exploring approaches for successfully enabling and implementing change within Government bodies
  • How can we ensure that everyone across the agency implements change on the same timetable, to best ensure a successful and smooth transition? What are the risks of failing to bring those who approach change differently together?

Speaking:

12:45

Lunch in the Networking Area

Lunch in the Networking Area

August 19 | 12:45 - 13:45

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Discussion Group Session 1

1:45

Discussion Group 1A: Improving Data Literacy Across the Public Sector

Discussion Group 1A: Improving Data Literacy Across the Public Sector

August 19 | 13:45 - 14:30

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Discussion Group Session 1

1:45

Discussion Group 1B: Deploying AI & Machine Learning in the Public Sector

Discussion Group 1B: Deploying AI & Machine Learning in the Public Sector

August 19 | 13:45 - 14:30

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Discussion Group Session 2

2:30

Discussion Group 2A: Making Data Meaningful for a Variety of Stakeholders - Story Telling & Visualization

Discussion Group 2A: Making Data Meaningful for a Variety of Stakeholders - Story Telling & Visualization

August 19 | 14:30 - 15:15

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Discussion Group Session 2

2:30

Discussion Group 2B: Overcoming Data Siloes, Legacy Systems and Technical Restrictions

Discussion Group 2B: Overcoming Data Siloes, Legacy Systems and Technical Restrictions

August 19 | 14:30 - 15:15

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3:15

Afternoon Tea in the Networking Area

Afternoon Tea in the Networking Area

August 19 | 15:15 - 15:45

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3:45

Keynote Presentation: Utilizing Data to Enhance Transparency & Accountability to All Stakeholders

Keynote Presentation: Utilizing Data to Enhance Transparency & Accountability to All Stakeholders

August 19 | 15:45 - 16:10

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4:10

Keynote Presentation: A Brave New World – Avoiding Bias in Data Sets, Algorithms, and Machine Learning

Keynote Presentation: A Brave New World – Avoiding Bias in Data Sets, Algorithms, and Machine Learning

August 19 | 16:10 - 16:35

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4:35

Panel Discussion: Big Data, Not Big Brother! Addressing Citizen’s Privacy Concerns

  • Devising satisfactory controls & limits to ensure appropriate usage of data to mitigate privacy risks
  • How do we balance the need to use potentially sensitive information to enable innovation within Government, with the need to respect the privacy of private citizens?
  • Communicating with a public that are increasingly aware of, and concerned by, the use of their data. Ensuring to bring the public along with us through transparent, secure, and ethical data usage.

Panel Discussion: Big Data, Not Big Brother! Addressing Citizen’s Privacy Concerns

August 19 | 16:35 - 17:15

  • Devising satisfactory controls & limits to ensure appropriate usage of data to mitigate privacy risks
  • How do we balance the need to use potentially sensitive information to enable innovation within Government, with the need to respect the privacy of private citizens?
  • Communicating with a public that are increasingly aware of, and concerned by, the use of their data. Ensuring to bring the public along with us through transparent, secure, and ethical data usage.

Speaking:

5:15

Chair’s Closing Remarks

Chair’s Closing Remarks

August 19 | 17:15 - 17:30

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5:30

Drinks Reception

Drinks Reception

August 19 | 17:30 - 18:30

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6:30

End of Day One

End of Day One

August 19 | 18:30

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Day 2 - 20 August
08:00

Registration & Coffee in the Networking Area

Registration & Coffee in the Networking Area

August 20 | 08:00 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Chair’s Opening Remarks

August 20 | 09:00 - 09:15

Speaking:

09:15

Keynote Presentation: The CDAO as A Bridge - Working Successfully with Both IT and Line of Business Colleagues

Keynote Presentation: The CDAO as A Bridge - Working Successfully with Both IT and Line of Business Colleagues

August 20 | 09:15 - 09:40

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09:40

Keynote Presentation: Driving Innovation & Transparency Through Open Data Initiatives

Keynote Presentation: Driving Innovation & Transparency Through Open Data Initiatives

August 20 | 09:40 - 10:05

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10:05

Panel Discussion: Enabling Your Organization’s Digital Transformation Journey

  • What opportunities does Digital Transformation offer to an Enterprise? What are the risks of getting left behind?
  • What should the duties of data leaders be in the company’s digital transformation journey – should we take the lead, or perform a supporting role?
  • Data Transformation as a foundation for Digital Transformation - becoming data-driven as a basis on which to transform your whole organisation

Panel Discussion: Enabling Your Organization’s Digital Transformation Journey

August 20 | 10:05 - 10:45

  • What opportunities does Digital Transformation offer to an Enterprise? What are the risks of getting left behind?
  • What should the duties of data leaders be in the company’s digital transformation journey – should we take the lead, or perform a supporting role?
  • Data Transformation as a foundation for Digital Transformation - becoming data-driven as a basis on which to transform your whole organisation

Speaking:

10:45

Morning Coffee in the Networking Area

Morning Coffee in the Networking Area

August 20 | 10:45 - 11:15

Speaking:

11:15

Keynote Presentation: Implementing a Data & Analytics Program Within Finite Budgets and Long Budget Cycles

Keynote Presentation: Implementing a Data & Analytics Program Within Finite Budgets and Long Budget Cycles

August 20 | 11:15 - 11:40

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11:40

Keynote Presentation: Becoming Agile Without Getting Caught Up in Red Tape

Keynote Presentation: Becoming Agile Without Getting Caught Up in Red Tape

August 20 | 11:40 - 12:05

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12:05

Panel Discussion: Collaboration is Key – Working Successfully with External Government Agencies & Others

  • How can working with other governmental bodies unlock value for all involved? What successes have we seen in this area so far?
  • What common practical, cultural, and legal issues can make inter-agency collaboration difficult, and how can these be overcome?
  • Beyond collaboration with other Governmental Bodies, what opportunities does partnering with organizations in Industry and Academia provide?

Panel Discussion: Collaboration is Key – Working Successfully with External Government Agencies & Others

August 20 | 12:05 - 12:45

  • How can working with other governmental bodies unlock value for all involved? What successes have we seen in this area so far?
  • What common practical, cultural, and legal issues can make inter-agency collaboration difficult, and how can these be overcome?
  • Beyond collaboration with other Governmental Bodies, what opportunities does partnering with organizations in Industry and Academia provide?

Speaking:

12:45

Lunch in the Networking Area

Lunch in the Networking Area

August 20 | 12:45 - 13:45

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Discussion Group Session 3

1:45

Discussion Group 3A: Sourcing & Retaining Talent – Competing with the Lure of the Private Sector

Discussion Group 3A: Sourcing & Retaining Talent – Competing with the Lure of the Private Sector

August 20 | 13:45 - 14:30

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Discussion Group Session 3

1:45

Discussion Group 3B: The Importance of Continuing Data Quality – Accurate Information for Accurate Insights

Discussion Group 3B: The Importance of Continuing Data Quality – Accurate Information for Accurate Insights

August 20 | 13:45 - 14:30

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Discussion Group Session 4

2:30

Discussion Group 4A: Power to the People! Democratizing Analytics

Discussion Group 4A: Power to the People! Democratizing Analytics

August 20 | 14:30 - 15:15

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Discussion Group Session 4

2:30

Discussion Group 4B: Automation to the Rescue? Tackling the Huge Scale of Work Through New Technologies

Discussion Group 4B: Automation to the Rescue? Tackling the Huge Scale of Work Through New Technologies

August 20 | 14:30 - 15:15

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3:15

Afternoon Tea in the Networking Area

Afternoon Tea in the Networking Area

August 20 | 15:15 - 15:45

Speaking:

3:45

Keynote Presentation: How Data & Analytics Can Drive Social Transformation & Change Society

Keynote Presentation: How Data & Analytics Can Drive Social Transformation & Change Society

August 20 | 15:45 - 16:10

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4:10

Panel Discussion: What Might the 2020s Hold for Governmental CDAOs?

  • How can we cement our place in the C-Suite, and ensure that the potential of ‘the big data revolution’ is fully realised in Government?
  • Beyond Election 2020 – What can we be sure of regardless of the outcome?
  • What actions should we take now in order to best prepare for an uncertain future in the fast developing world of Data & Analytics?

Panel Discussion: What Might the 2020s Hold for Governmental CDAOs?

August 20 | 16:10 - 16:50

  • How can we cement our place in the C-Suite, and ensure that the potential of ‘the big data revolution’ is fully realised in Government?
  • Beyond Election 2020 – What can we be sure of regardless of the outcome?
  • What actions should we take now in order to best prepare for an uncertain future in the fast developing world of Data & Analytics?

Speaking:

4:50

Chair’s Closing Remarks

Chair’s Closing Remarks

August 20 | 16:50 - 17:00

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5:00

End of Conference

End of Conference

August 20 | 17:00

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