Event New approaches to old problems: Modernising public policy
Government & Politics New approaches to old problems: Modernising public policy
New approaches to old problems: Modernising public policy Sydney
New approaches to old problems: Modernising public policy Government & Politics Sydney
New approaches to old problems: Modernising public policy Australia
Sydney New South Wales Australia
Start: Feb 18 2019 15:00
Finish: Feb 18 2019 17:00
Time zone: Australia/Sydney
You are encouraged to join us for this exciting Digital Government Transformation speaking event hosted by DFSI on “New approaches to old problems: Modernising public policy”.
The event will be held on Monday 18 February from 3.00pm – 5.00pm in the Sydney Start Up Hub, Auditorium, Level 1, 11-31 York Street, Sydney.
Speakers and topics are as follows:
Amanda Bloom, Cross Functional Policy Mobility Program, Canada
Amanda Bloom, Talent Manager in the Canadian Government, will talk about her experience designing innovative policy project placement programs such as the Canadian Free Agent Program which makes different kinds of policy specialists more findable and available across Canada and helps build multi-skilled policy personnel.
Tim De Sousa, Director Policy Lab, NSW DFSI
Tim de Sousa, Acting Director of the DFSI Policy Lab, is leading a team of policy specialists to modernise and transform the digital policy process, working through agile design to introduce innovative and ethical digital policy practice. Tim will be providing an overview of what policy labs around the world are doing as well as the projects he is currently leading.
Sarah Hurcombe, Director, Commissioning and Contestability Unit (CCU), NSW Treasury
Sarah Hurcombe, Director in the Commissioning and Contestability Unit (CCU) in Treasury will be sharing the Unit’s learnings on the application of innovative approaches such as Human Centred Design and other tools to the design, commissioning and funding of public services. This way of working not only challenges the capabilities and skills of us in the public sector but the wider systems were operating within.
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