2021 Graduate Data Week


Welcome to Graduate Data Week.

The Graduate Data Network (GDN) encourages any and all data-driven, data-minded or data-curious APS employees (but particularly grads) to tune into this page during 22-25 March 2021.

Here we explore key issues facing the APS and the world more broadly with regards to data via a series of presentations. Data experts from the APS and academia will talk about the effective use of data to drive policy, program and corporate delivery of outcomes across the APS and for the benefit of all Australians.

PRESENTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AS FOLLOWS:

MONDAY 22 MARCH

OPENING REMARKS

Caroline Chong
Co-Chair
Graduate Data Network


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INDIGENOUS DATA SOVEREIGNTY | ENACTING INDIGENOUS DATA GOVERNANCE IN AUSTRALIA

Distinguished Professor
Maggie Walter PhD, FASSA

Equity for Indigenous Research and Innovation
Coordinating Hub, University of Tasmania

Transcript | read Maggie's transcript.
Podcast | listen to Maggie's podcast.


                         Watch the video on our Vimeo Channel.

TUESDAY 23 MARCH

DATA INFORMED DECISION MAKING AT THE ACCC

Imma Chippendale
Leader of Data and Analytics
Australian Competition & Consumer Commission


Transcript | read Imma's transcript.
Podcast | listen to Imma's podcast.


                         Watch the video on our Vimeo Channel.

WEDNESDAY 24 MARCH

DATA IN DFAT

Dr Jenny Gordon
Chief Economist
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Transcript | read Jenny's transcript.
Podcast | listen to Jenny's podcast.


                         Watch the video on our Vimeo Channel.

THURSDAY 25 MARCH

DATA AND DIVERSITY IN THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC SERVICE
PRESENTATIONS FROM GRADUATE DATA NETWORK MEMBERS

Jessica Cheng, Glend Isaraj, Lucy Christian, Robin Kagie and Michelle Ung


                       Watch the video on our Vimeo Channel.

CLOSING REMARKS

Dylan Sutton
Co-Chair
Graduate Data Network


                         Watch the video on our Vimeo Channel.


The GDN empowers graduates to advocate for better data use, analysis and capability across the APS. 

GDN encourages any and all APS graduates to sign-up to their mailing list and to get involved in the 2021 working groups, to learn new skills, build new networks, and champion improvement of the data landscape across the APS.

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