Wed Apr 27 +08 (about 1 month ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue Apr 26 12:00pm - Tue Apr 26 12:00pm
Sheraton Towers Singapore
39 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228230
Open Gov Asia is pleased to bring an exclusive Breakfast Insight that aims to provide the latest information on how the public sector is using data analytics to drive mission outcomes. This is a closed-door, invitation-only, interactive session with Singapore’s public sector.
The development, integration and implementation of information management are critical in an era when data quality is more important than ever. As they attempt to create and manage data-driven agencies to achieve goals, public sector leaders must accelerate the current framework to connect dependencies across processes for reliable information.
The public sector is also working hard to gain access to information, which it sees as a valuable asset. To better support important decision-making and meet the demands of demanding citizens, it is necessary to quickly secure and analyse both structured and unstructured data. Obtaining trustworthy data while adhering to data governance and compliance will improve data quality, accuracy and accessibility.
The idea that the public sector should focus more on preventing crises rather than just responding to them is not new. What is new is the ability to successfully predict and mitigate critical events on a regular and consistent basis.
Recent advancements in data analytics, business intelligence, machine learning and artificial intelligence have allowed the public sector to better detect and forecast operational issues. This exponential improvement in the ability to track patterns and identify potential problems in massive historical data sets and millions of pages of unstructured text is revolutionary. Departments can instantly understand where to increase efficiencies, when to manage costs and how to satisfy citizens with the right services by creating business intelligence dashboards.
Further, data analytics develops a single source of truth for compliance and method to build trust among citizens.
Who Should Attend
• Chief Information Officer
• Chief Data Officers
• Chief Digital Officers
• Chief Technology Officers
• Chief Digital Transformation Officers
• Directors of Technology Transformation
• Directors of Technology Excellence
• Directors of Policy and Technology Innovation Office
• Heads of Business Intelligence and Analytics
• Heads of Data Strategy and Governance
Lim Chinn Hwa
Senior Director, Smart Nation Platform Solutions, GovTech
Dr Tan Hwee-Pink
Chief Data Officer, Health Promotion Board
Director, Sales Engineering, APAC, Microstrategy
Group Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief, OpenGov Asia