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Open Government Data Conference Program

Open Government Data Conference Program

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Open
 
Government
 
Data
 
Conference
 
and
 
Data
 
Camp
 
When:
 
8.30
 
am
 
 –
 
4.00
 
pm
 
Friday
 
23
 
September
 
2011.
 
The
 
conference
 
will
 
be
 
followed
 
immediately
 
by
 
the
 
Data
 
Camp,
 
from
 
4.00
 
 –
 
6.00
 
pm
 
Where:
 
Queensland
 
University
 
of 
 
Technology
 
(QUT),
 
Gardens
 
Point
 
Campus,
 
Brisbane
Gibson
 
Room,
 
Z
 
Block,
 
Level
 
10
 
(for
 
directions
 
see
 
map
 
at
 
http://www.qut.edu.au/about/campuses
and
precincts/gardens
point)
 
RSVP
:
 
online
 
at
 
http://tiny.cc/OGDBrisbane.
 
If 
 
you
 
have
 
issues
 
with
 
registration,
 
please
 
contact
 
Cheryl
 
Foong
 
at
 
cheryl.foong@qut.edu.au.
 
CONFERENCE
 
PROGRAM
 
Conference
 
Chair 
:
 
Professor
 
Brian
 
Fitzgerald
 
(Professor
 
of 
 
Intellectual
 
Property
 
and
 
Innovation,
 
QUT
 
Law
 
Faculty)
 
8.30
8.45am
:
 
Welcome:
 
The
 
Honourable
 
Simon
 
Finn
 
(Minister
 
for
 
Government
 
Services,
 
Building
 
Industry
 
and
 
Information
 
and
 
Communication
 
Technology)
 
8.45
9.15am
 
Professor
 
Anne
 
Fitzgerald
 
(Professor
 
of 
 
Law
 
Research,
 
QUT
 
Law
 
Faculty)
Setting
 
the
 
Scene:
 
Towards
 
an
 
 Australian
 
information
 
strategy 
 
9.15
9.40am
:
 
Senator
 
Kate
 
Lundy
 
(Parliamentary
 
Secretary
 
for
 
Immigration
 
and
 
Citizenship,
 
and
 
Parliamentary
 
Secretary
 
to
 
the
 
Prime
 
Minister)
 
Opening
 
Keynote
 
 Address:
 
The
 
Path
 
to
 
Open
 
Government 
 
9.40
10.45am:
 
International
 
perspectives
 
on
 
Open
 
Government
 
Data
 
policy
 
and
 
practice
 
9.40
10.10am
 
Andrew
 
Stott
 
(Member
 
of 
 
UK
 
Transparency
 
Board
 
and
 
formerly
 
Director
 
of 
 
Transparency,
 
UK
 
Government)
Open
 
Data
 
&
 
Open
 
Government 
 
implementation
 
in
 
the
 
UK 
 
10.10
10.30am
 
Richard
 
Best
 
(New
 
Zealand
 
Government)
 
 –
 
NZ 
 
Government 
 
 policy 
 
and 
 
 practice:
 
NZGOAL
 
10.30
10.45am
 
Questions
 
and
 
Discussion
 
10.45
11.15am
 
– 
 
Morning
 
Tea
 
(
Continued 
 
overleaf 
)
 
 
 
11.15am
1.00pm:
 
Innovation
 
Paradigm
 
11.15
11.45am
 
Dr
 
Terry
 
Cutler
 
(Cutler
 
and
 
Co)
Productivity 
 
dividends
 
 from
 
Open
 
Government 
 
11.45
 
am
12.20pm
 
Claire
 
Driscoll
 
(Director,
 
Technology
 
Transfer
 
Office,
 
National
 
Human
 
Genome
 
Research
 
Institute,
 
U.S.
 
National
 
Institutes
 
of 
 
Health)
National 
 
Institutes
 
of 
 
Health:
 
Strategy 
 
and 
 
Policy 
 
on
 
Open
 
Knowledge
 
 for 
 
Real 
 
World 
 
benefits
 
12.20
12.45pm
 
Keitha
 
Booth
 
(Programme
 
Leader,
 
NZ
 
Open
 
Government
 
Data
 
and
 
Information
 
Programme)
Open
 
and 
 
Transparent 
 
Government:
 
innovation
 
opportunities
 
12.45
1.00pm
 
Questions
 
and
 
Discussion
 
1.00
2.00pm
Lunch
 
2.00
3.30pm:
 
Implementation
 
and
 
Case
 
Studies
 
2.00
2.20pm
 
Dr
 
Graham
 
Vickery
 
(Information
 
Economics,
 
Paris;
 
formerly
 
OECD)
 
 –
 
Policy 
 
and 
 
Principles
 
(OECD)
 
[Pre
recorded
 
presentation]
 
2.20
2.50pm
 
Neale
 
Hooper
 
(Technology
 
and
 
Licensing
 
Lawyer,
 
currently
 
on
 
secondment
 
to
 
QUT
 
and
 
Creative
 
Commons
 
Australia)
 
 –
 
Implementation
 
of 
 
Creative
 
Commons
 
Licences
 
as
 
a
 
Driver 
 
of 
 
Open
 
 Access
 
Policy 
 
and 
 
Practice
 
in
 
 Australia
 
2.50
3.10pm
 
James
 
Kliemt
 
(Queensland
 
Police
 
Service)
 
Emergency 
 
Response
 
and 
 
Social 
 
Media
 
3.10
3.30pm
 
Dr
 
Mark
 
Elliott
 
(Collabforge)
 
 –
 
Collaborating
 
with
 
the
 
Crowd:
 
online
 
case
 
studies
 
 for 
 
success
 
3.30
4.00pm
 
– 
 
 Afternoon
 
tea
 

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