Data Transparency 2018
Mayflower Hotel | Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday, October 10, the sixth annual Data Transparency 2018 (DT2018) will explore how data is being standardized, shared and used to create a better future for our society.
Our government and society are beginning to embrace data formats that equip insight-driven decisions and reduce compliance burdens. Policy reforms, new nonproprietary standards like the Legal Entity Identifier, and technological breakthroughs are coming together to deliver data directly to users. DT2018 is the Data Foundation’s flagship event and the largest annual open data conference in the United States.
Join us to examine the challenges, benefits, and solutions around information sharing across the government, compliance, and private sectors. With these changes comes greater transparency, analytics for better decision making, and cost reduction across the private sector. DT2018 will celebrate keynote speakers who are leading the global movement from disconnected documents to standardized, shareable, usable data. The event will also feature two breakout tracks, through this lens in specific contexts:
By replacing documents with standardized open data, our federal, state, and local governments are improving transparency outside and informing decisions inside. Our Government Data track will explore data-driven management, anti-fraud analytics, and future reforms like the OPEN Government Data Act.
As long as compliance is based on documents, avoidable costs will continue to burden regulated entities. But as regulatory and grant recipient reporting become data centric, lines of code are replacing layers of lawyers. Ideas like Standard Business Reporting, technologies like blockchain, and initiatives like the White House’s ResultsOriented Accountability for Grants are leading the way.
Leading companies are voluntarily standardizing and sharing their operational data, improving business models, and enabling new industries. The Private-Sector Data program track will introduce the concepts, motivations, and benefits of private-sector data sharing.
DT2018’s exhibition hall will spotlight the thought leaders behind the efforts of the Data Foundation and Data Coalition, demonstrating their private-sector solutions that enable these changes. We hope you can join us on October 10th! Attendees will represent leadership across federal agencies, state, and local governments, and the private sector.
|9:15 AM||Welcome Address|
|9:30 AM||Federal Keynote Address: Standardize, Share, and Use|
|10:00 AM||State Keynote Address|
|10:15 AM||Networking Break|
|10:45 AM||International Plenary: Managing Data to Inform Policymaking|
|11:00 AM||Demo: The Data-Driven Future of Federal Financial Management|
|11:30 AM||Plenary: A Data-Driven ReInvention for Grants at HHS|
|12:00 PM||Government Data Plenary|
|12:20 PM||Lunch (and divide into breakouts)|
|1:30 PM||Breakout 1 (main stage)||Breakout 2|
|1:30 PM||Welcome Address||Welcome Address|
|1:35 PM||Deploying Data in the Fight Against Fraud||Transforming Federal Grant Reporting|
|2:15 PM||Corporate Data Philanthropy||Compliance Data Demo 1: How the Legal Entity Identifier Brings Clarity to Compliance|
|2:45 PM||Networking Break|
|3:15 PM||Government Data Demo: Federal Use of Private-Sector Data||Compliance Data Demo 2: Generating News From Compliance Data|
|3:45 PM||Government CDOs||Compliance Data to Empower Financial Markets|
|4:45 PM||Closing Keynote: A Standard Business Reporting Commitment at the Department of Commerce|
|5:15 PM||Closing Remarks|
3:30pm - 4:45pm
Session: State CDO Roundtable (invitation only)
Speakers will be updated as they are confirmed.
VP Sales, Alation
Senior Director of SaaS Business, REI Systems
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services
CDO, Division of Information Technology, Wage and Hour Division, Department of Labor
President, Donnelley Financial Solutions
State Auditor of Utah
Managing Director, Office of Regulatory Affairs, JP Morgan
Chief Operating Officer, RDG Filings
North American Leader, Watson Explorer and Data Science, IBM
Director, Evidence-Based Policymaking Initiative, Bipartisan Policy Commission
Chief of Staff, Data Foundation
Policy Director, Data Coalition
President, Data Foundation
Federal Chief Information Officer, White House Office of Management and Budget
Director of Development, Data Foundation
Assistant Secretary, Data & Digital, Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet, Australia
Professor, Wagner School, NYU
Managing Director, MorganFranklin Consulting
Vice President of Product Marketing, Workiva
Global Head, Bloomberg LEI
CDO, Enforcement Bureau, Federal Communications Commission
ReInvent Grants Initiative Lead, Department of Health and Human Services
Senior Director of IP and Digital Reporting Strategy, Workiva
Chief Data Officer, General Services Administration
Head of Data Collection and Publication, Bank of England
Vice President of Governmental and Regulatory Affairs, Workiva
Co-Founder and CEO, OpenCorporates
State CDO Roundtable Participants
Note: the State CDO Roundtable is invitation only.
Former Chief Data Officer, State of New York
Chief Data Officer, State of Colorado
Director Of Public Affairs at Ohio State Treasurer
Chief Data Officer, State of Alabama
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Data and Privacy Officer, State of New Jersey
Chief Data Officer, Commonwealth of Virginia
Former Chief Data Officer, State of New Jersey
Chief Data Officer, State of Arkansas
Innovations in Government Fellow, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School