Natalia leads on data ethics policy at the Cabinet Office, Government Digital Service in the UK. She previously advised on open government and open data policies for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in the UK, and implemented open data challenges for 360Giving. She has research experience in anthropology, gender, civic tech, and economic development. She has also recently co-edited a book: Situating Open Data: Global Trends in Local Contexts. Natalia received her MSc in Local Economic Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and her BA in Anthropology and Media from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Public sector innovation requires that we choose wisely from the fruits of technology, reaping their benefits while avoiding their risks. Digital transformation means balancing tradeoffs to improve services for citizens while protecting their freedoms and rights. The Digital Nations has working groups, some of which are focused on digital identity, data, and greening government.
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Digital Nations member countries are pushing the envelope of service transformation. In this session, get a behind-the-scenes look at projects from around the globe, revealing case studies of what’s possible with digital innovation.