Taking Data-Driven Policy Into the Future

Wednesday, July 7, 2021
8:00 am - 2:05 pm, Virtual - Zoom Webinar

Data-Informed Governance Conference

See below for additional information.


Free admission. Registration required.


UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
(310) 825-7667



Additional Information

The Data-Informed Governance conference is a policy and technology-themed event bringing together public, private, and civic sector peers to exchange innovative, but actionable approaches to solving governing challenges with data assets and related tools. As data has become central for commercial enterprise and scientific discovery, state and local governments seek to apply this resource to critical problem-solving as well as optimization.

Participants will represent a wide spectrum of organizations and geographies. From local non-profits to national research institutes, small cities to regional governing bodies, the convening of diverse backgrounds aims to demonstrate the potential for structured peer-to-peer learning on this subject. This cross-section of attendee profiles will encourage the advancement of data-centric solutions for public policy that are accessible, scalable, and pragmatic.

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