Dr. Audrey Lobo-Pulo is a policy modelling enthusiast and has considerable experience working within the Australian public service. She has worked across a wide range of policy issues including taxation, housing, social security, labour markets and population demographics. Audrey is deeply interested in how emerging technologies may be used to provide novel solutions for improving public policy. An advocate for open government and the use of open source technologies in government modelling, Audrey is passionate about publicly releasing ‘Government Open Source Models’. She also has a strong interest in how data sharing arrangements between government, the private sector and not for profits may contribute to better social outcomes for citizens.
The democratisation of technology has unleashed a new wave of public participation with government.
We will soon be immersed in new technologies like virtual reality, and our perceptions of how we can shape our policy landscape are evolving quickly.
What if we lived in a society where public policy was co-designed and modelled by citizens and stakeholders? If governments around the...
Almost every organization today is accumulating vast amounts of data. Some of this is open, some anonymized, while other datasets are aggregated and released to the public – then there’s the privately held data warehouses and data lakes.
This session looks at how governments and policy developers around the world engage with stakeholders and other organizations to understand the...