Lead by ITA Innova
Place and registration: Online
Nowadays, cities are gathering big amount of data which are available for everyone. Governments and different projects are using this data to improve the quality of life of citizens and to close public administration to cities.
The objective of this session is to show how companies are offering services to public administration to show how to improve the organization of cities, to save money and to offer better services to the citizens and improve their quality of life.
Data is recognised as an asset in a data-driven public sector, which is part of policy making, service delivery, organisational management and innovation. However, available data often include insufficient quality, lack of understanding, wrong interpretation and wrong decision-making, leading to less transparency and accountability and less trust, so mechanisms are needed that can improve data-driven public policies.
There is a strategic trend to embrace data-driven public services to positively impact outcomes by promoting data-driven policy making and data-supported service design.