Data Strategy consultation

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Have your say in designing the Data Strategy

You are invited to share your comments and feedback on the development of the department’s Data Strategy. A data strategy sets the roadmap to change two things about our data. It aims to increase the value of the data we hold, and to decrease the risks associated with holding it. Our Data Strategy will describe ways that our people use data in a capable, ethical and accountable manner. It will set strategic objectives for programs of work beginning in 2020 and put in place measurable outcomes and key results to improve our department’s data culture.

Your feedback will influence our understanding of the department’s current ability to “capture, manage, analyse and share data and information to better inform our decisions.” Our department has outlined this capability as a priority to improve, as described in our department’s Purpose, Objectives and Priorities statement.

Through understanding our current state data capabilities, we can identify what we need to change through our Data Strategy roadmap.

The Data Policy team will use co-design principles to create a meaningful data strategy with staff across the agency. We will share it often and early to request your input and feedback. Your comments will help shape the final data strategy which will be ready for use by December 2020.

Submissions close COB on Friday 23 October.

Have your say in designing the Data Strategy

You are invited to share your comments and feedback on the development of the department’s Data Strategy. A data strategy sets the roadmap to change two things about our data. It aims to increase the value of the data we hold, and to decrease the risks associated with holding it. Our Data Strategy will describe ways that our people use data in a capable, ethical and accountable manner. It will set strategic objectives for programs of work beginning in 2020 and put in place measurable outcomes and key results to improve our department’s data culture.

Your feedback will influence our understanding of the department’s current ability to “capture, manage, analyse and share data and information to better inform our decisions.” Our department has outlined this capability as a priority to improve, as described in our department’s Purpose, Objectives and Priorities statement.

Through understanding our current state data capabilities, we can identify what we need to change through our Data Strategy roadmap.

The Data Policy team will use co-design principles to create a meaningful data strategy with staff across the agency. We will share it often and early to request your input and feedback. Your comments will help shape the final data strategy which will be ready for use by December 2020.

Submissions close COB on Friday 23 October.