The Public Sector has always felt pressure to do more with less, to improve service delivery efficiency, and to create more citizen-centric outcomes – 2020 only proved to increase this pressure, with budgetary concerns amid Covid-19 uncertainty.
For some time now data analytics and insights have been touted as a solution, but accelerating citizen outcomes and driving efficiencies requires more than the analysis of data; it needs to be transformed into action – which is where data science and machine learning come in.
By employing data science techniques information is taken to the next level, presenting tangible value in the form of ‘actions’ that deliver reduced costs, operational agility, improved citizen experience and better service development.
To help your department harness data science to transform data into value we’ve put together Public Sector Network’s Data Science & Machine Learning Virtual Event. The event, which brings together local and international data science leaders, has been carefully curated to help you understand the opportunities of data science, roadmap your strategy, and deliver outcomes.
Hear public sector data leaders are harnessing data science techniques to improve operations and service delivery
Learn best practice approaches to roadmap your data science and machine learning journey
Delve into the data trends, tools and capabilities shaping the future public sector
Explore top tips and lessons learned from local and international machine learning and data science experts
British Columbia Public Service
Courtney A. Winship
Patrick Demers M.Sc
Employment and Social Development Canada
City of Winnipeg
Canada Border Services Agency
University of Toronto