Design, data and digital responses to COVID
Practitioners in the disciplines of design, data and digital have long argued the case for a more strategic uptake of their approaches in policy-making and public service design. With the arrival of COVID-19, these approaches have been thrust into the heart of decision-making, as we try to understand the impact of the crisis and rapidly build and deploy our response. So what does that look like in practice? And how can we build on this moment to create a legacy that can endure beyond the crisis?
Join us as we explore these topics with Misha Kaur, Assistant Commissioner - ATO Design at Australian Taxation Office, Eddie Copeland, Director of the London Office of Technology & Innovation (LOTI) and Ben Ceverny, President, Foundation for Public Code.
- We will start the session promptly.
- The event will last for one hour.
- With a further 30 mins for group conversation and Q&A.
This is part of our weekly event series 'How not to waste a crisis', presented by States of Change. We're supporting next generation of public innovation.
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