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DAMA Melbourne Meeting 22nd August- An EPA Case Study - Improving Data Management in the Eye of the Business Transformation Storm
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 at 5:30 PM (EST)
Networking and Nibbles from 5.30pm. Presentation 6pm to 7pm.
An EPA Case Study - Improving Data Management in the Eye of the Business Transformation Storm
Through a customer case study on the EPA, this session addresses these issues:
• Lack of Information Management strategy
• Need to improve data quality
• Improving the organisation’s (EPA) maturity on managing information
• Business awareness, engagement and education
The EPA is the environmental regulator in Victoria. It provides a wide variety of regulatory activities and services to organisations and the Victorian community.
The nature of these activities and services can be quite complex with each having their own set of business process and data. The EPA also conducts substantial scientific research and analysis.
As part of their transformation program, the EPA has been embarking on the Business Services Reform (BSR) program of work to reform its operational business processes as well as improving the reliability and management of data.
This presentation provides:
• Background of the transformation program
• How and why data was included as a key part of the BSR program
• What’s been delivered
• Tips for success, key challenges faced
Speakers: Robert DAstolto and Teddy Jeannot
Robert joined Data Agility in 2005 and has grown to become one of the company's leading information management practitioners. He has developed a strong portfolio of client success in both the private and public sector delivering:
• Information Management strategies and implementation improvements to the reliability of data and key outputs cost reduction from removing redundant processes and data cost avoidance by enabling more efficient new development better access to information leading to better business decision making
Teddy has been with the EPA for 20 years in a number of roles and has a deep knowledge of the regulatory aspects and services that EPA provides. Teddy is currently the Project Manager of the Data Reform stream of the BSR program and has been a key supporter and participant in improving the reliability of data at EPA.
When & Where
DAMA (Data Management Association) is a not-for-profit, vendor independent association of technical and business professionals dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices for data resource management and enterprise information. The primary purpose of DAMA is to promote the understanding, development, and practice of managing data to support business strategies. DAMA has chapters and members throughout the world.
DAMA has been in operation for over 20 years in Australia and there are active DAMA chapters in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra. DAMA Sydney offers a regular speaker programme as well as regular meetings, seminars and workshops. It provides a forum for information management practitioners to network and exchange information and experiences.