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The 2nd Data-Driven Regulation Conference

The 2nd Data-Driven Regulation Conference

Harness the power of data-driven regulation for better decision making


The impact that data can have on regulatory work is endless, from being able to regulate better, measure impacts, and ultimately deliver better outcomes with insights from data. With a surplus of data and information available to regulators, it is critical for regulators to establish a data strategy, uplift their data capabilities, drive data literacy and build a data culture that changes the paradigm of being information rich and knowledge poor.

The 2nd edition of Data-Driven Regulation Conference is the only event for regulatory professionals across Australia and New Zealand to share best practice case studies as they explore how to leverage value from data to enhance strategic, operational, and tactical decision-making for regulatory excellence.


Why attend

    •  Learn how to use data effectively to enable regulatory decision making
    • Understand how to embed a successful data strategy
    • Discover how to derive regulatory value from data as a foundation 
    • Explore how data can support improved assessment and management of regulatory risks



What’s new in 2024?


    • Hear from Neil Bouwer in person from Max Bell School of Public Policy on his perspective from the Government of Canada on how data is a new frontier for leadership in regulatory agencies.`
    • Delve into case studies from AUSTRAC, Queensland’s Early Childhood Regulator, EPA Victoria, and others on their data-driven regulatory approach
    • Join the conversation and participate in the interactive roundtable discussions to network with your peers and colleagues at various stages of their data-driven journey


Who will attend

Federal & State Government regulatory agencies, government departments & associations including:

    • Data & Intelligence
    • Data Officer
    • Regulatory Data Analyst
    • Data Science & Analytics
    • Chief Data Officer
    • Regulatory Strategy
    • Regulatory Reform
    • Regulatory Oversight



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