Trust and data analytics in the public sector

Trust and data analytics in the public sector

Hon. Victor Dominello, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation discusses how the NSW Government is delivering value, trust and improved services through data analytics.

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Governments and the public sector are starting to develop their data and analytics (D&A) capability to deliver value for their citizens.

“In a fast moving world we need to be on the pulse and get data in real time to shape our future.”

In this video interview, Hon. Victor Dominello, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation discusses how the NSW Government is addressing issues such as trust, privacy, data sharing and capability through the development of the NSW Data Analytics Centre and using D&A to enhance decision making, improve services and ensure better outcomes for the people of New South Wales.

“Data underpinning policy is absolutely critical… to make sure we get better outcomes for the people of New South Wales.”

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