Why Attend

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Over the past year, public service organisations - involved in government administration, public health, or public education operations - have faced extraordinary challenges, ranging from navigating the COVID-19 pandemic to implementing massive government assistance programs, driving economic recovery to winning citizens' trust. Each of these demanded collaboration, agility, and resiliency to meet the needs of the constituents.

These crises have demonstrated the value of data to every public service agency - and now, there is no turning back from an increasingly data-driven and digital government. The transformative power of data will drive better decisions and outcomes. The ability to identify meaningful insights will prepare public service organisations for what's next. Data analytics will help agencies meet the expectations of both citizens and policymakers for a high-performing, responsive, and accountable government that can solve even the most complex problems.

Join us for the 8th edition of Tableau Singapore Public Sector Day on 17 June, to learn how local and global public service agencies are using data and modern analytics to meet current and future demands. Our speakers will explore:

 

  • Using data for COVID-19 response and vaccine management
  • Transforming citizen services with analytics
  • Reimagining workforce management
  • Restoring trust through transparency

Who Should Attend

If you are innovating, leading or delivering public programs and policies, Tableau Public Sector Day is for you! Past attendees of Tableau Public Sector Day include the Heads, Directors, Managers and Program Leads of:

  • Strategy & Planning/Innovation/Transformation
  • Data Management
  • Data Science
  • Research & Analysis/Business Intelligence/Insights
  • Citizen Engagement/Community Building
  • Information Technology
  • Operations (including Finance, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Capability Development, Procurement, Marketing, Services)

This event is complimentary for Singapore public service officers to attend, and by invitation only. Registration requests will be processed based on a valid work email address. Tableau reserves the right to restrict or limit the attendance of all other profiles.

Event Schedule

08:30 - Check-in Online & Get Ready

Get onto the virtual event platform early and ensure you are all set up. 

09:00 - Welcome Address & Introductory Remarks

Start Tableau Singapore Public Sector Day 2021 with a quick rundown of the exciting event highlights of the day!

09:05 - Keynote: Why Every Digital Transformation is a Data Transformation

Digital transformation is data transformation, and government entities need to make their biggest bets on data–now. Join Tableau CTO Andrew Beers to hear his perspective on trends and innovations impacting the future of data and analytics. Andrew will share how organisations can keep the workforce, and the public, informed, and ways organisations can empower everyone to do more with their data to drive transformation.


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09:20 - Data Transformation is at the Heart of Digitalisation

Organisations, public or private, around the world are accelerating their digitalisation efforts, more so due to COVID-19. At the heart of digital transformation is data transformation. Done well, the transformation efforts will supercharge the effectiveness of the entire organisation as leaders and staff embrace the use of data, and incorporate data science and AI into workflows, products and operations.

This talk highlights the suite of capability development initiatives that are running to help agencies drive their own data transformation efforts. From frameworks & guides, training and masterclasses, to community building meetups, campaigns and hackathons, learn how you can easily be a part of them – either as a participant, an advocate, or leverage these initiatives for your own internal data transformation needs. You will also hear about how we’re walking the talk in leveraging these initiatives to drive data transformation within GovTech and evolve ourselves into a data analytics ready organisation.


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09:45 - Upgrading Residents' Experience with Transparent Services

Today's tech-savvy constituents have high expectations when interacting with the government. By sharing the agency's performance, the District of Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) enables the public to easily track DCRA's service goals, regulatory enforcement, and important public data through helpful resources like the Landlord Violation Tool.


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10:00 - Executive Discussion on Beyond the Pandemic: Reimagining the Workforce & Transforming Citizen Experience

From pandemic response to public communications and transparency, the demand for data and insights has never been greater. This exclusive discussion with public service leaders centers on how they have reimagined their workforce and embraced data to transform the citizen experience. Hear how Urban Redevelopment Authority is harnessing data to formulate plans and policies, building a data literate workforce across the agency, and introducing innovative digital programs to engage the community. Learn how the Singapore Civil Defence Force is leveraging data in the critical planning of resources and service operations, while also ensuring the safety and well-being of their first responders.


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10:15 - Break | Virtual Solutions Showcase opens

Time for a break to refill your morning beverage! While stretching it out, do check our our Virtual Solutions Showcase to see the latest innovations from Tableau and our partners.

10:30 - A Proven Way to Assessing Data-Readiness of Public Agencies

COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way we work. It is more critical than ever for public sector leaders to put data at the center of their decision-making—for internal decisions that affect policy and resource planning, and for external decisions that impact the citizens' experience. In this session, learn how you can:

  1. Learn about the core capabilities that are common to all data-driven organizations
  2. Understand how Data Culture helps public sector unlock the power of data
  3. Evaluate where you are in your journey to become data-driven
  4. Success stories from public sector customers

 


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10:45 - Redesigning Workplace Experiences & Citizen Engagement Possibilities

Step into the new work-from-anywhere world where leaders and consumers of data are discovering new ways to access information, collaborate, and engage with one another to get their jobs done. This is the Future of Work, and technology is a critical enabler. Enjoy a fun sharing on how data can be leveraged to design the workplace of the future, supporting a workforce that is operating remotely and managing data on the move. From interacting with dashboards and querying the data via mobile devices, to embedding vizzes into public portals to promote transparency and digital participation, self-service analytics and data management have been brought to a new level–but without compromising on important considerations including data quality, governance, privacy, and security. The possibilities to redesign and enrich the workforce or the citizen experience–by leading with data–are limitless.


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11:00 - Uniting Communities for Data Good

Join us for a chat with the winners of the 2020 Data Arcade Tournament, Klarissa and Haikal, who won unravelled the relationship between Singapore’s property prices and the popularity of primary schools, and data storytelling their interesting discoveries through a fun viz! The winners will share about their journey learning Tableau from scratch to understanding the ins and outs. They will also discuss how they continued to leverage what they have learned, and applying visual analytics best practices to their work in the last 12 months. For those of you who are keen to join the Tournament this year, don't miss catching their hot tips on what should be top of mind!


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11:10 - Closing Remarks | Presentations End

A wrap up of the presentations for the morning, and sharing next-step recommendations for public service officers to take action!

11:15 - 12:15 - Live Chats & Demos @ Virtual Solutions Showcase

Watch live demos led by Tableau and our Solutions Showcase Partners on the latest innovations for the public service. Chat live with an expert on topics that interest you. Do also check out the on-demand resources to enrich your learning experience. We hope you feel energised and empowered to build your next action plan for your organization - leading with data of course! 

Event Speakers

Andrew Beers
Andrew Beers
Chief Technology Officer, Tableau

 

Andrew Beers
Andrew is Tableau's Chief Technology Officer, and is responsible for Tableau's long term technology roadmap and emerging technologies. During his tenure at Tableau, he has led many of the engineering teams, created new products for the company, and personally written pieces of the product code. Andrew has been at the very heart of Tableau's engineering for most of the company's existence. Prior to joining Tableau in 2004, Andrew ran the engineering group at Align Technology, makers of the Invisalign system, building software to support large-scale customized manufacturing. He holds a master's degree in computer science from Stanford University, where he worked in Pat Hanrahan's computer graphics research group.
 
Joseph Tan
Joseph Tan
Assistant Director (Capability Development), Data Science & Artificial Intelligence Division, Government Technology Agency

 

Joseph Tan
Joseph is an Assistant Director in GovTech's Data Science and AI Division. He leads the Capability Development team that runs data initiatives to upskill public officers and uplift agencies across the whole-of-government, as well as the team responsible for executing data transformation efforts in GovTech. Prior to that, Joseph had undertaken roles in various public agencies, from academic roles to programme management. The suite of programmes and initiatives that his team currently runs for the WOG includes the Data Science & AI Competency Framework & Training Roadmaps, Data Science Connect (community building), Data Arcade Tournament (WOG Visual Analytics competition), Data Literacy ePrimer (eLearning for Data Literacy), Data Champions Bootcamp (Training programme for intermediate level) and more.
 
Ching Tuan Yee
Ching Tuan Yee
Director (Physical Planning, East), Urban Redevelopment Authority

 

Ching Tuan Yee
Tuan Yee is Director (Physical Planning, East) of the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), where he leads the planning team for Singapore’s East Region. He also leads the Planning Systems Support team, where he is involved in digitalisation strategies and initiatives, and is also covering Deputy Director (Urban Design & Technology). Prior to his current roles, he was part of the team involved in the planning and urban design of the Marina Bay area, from 2002 to 2015. Tuan Yee’s background is in architecture, town & regional planning, and city planning, and he is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and the Royal Town Planning Institute.
 
Yeo Wee Teck
Yeo Wee Teck
Senior Assistant Director (Data Transformation), Transformation and Future Technology Department, Singapore Civil Defence Force

 

Yeo Wee Teck
Wee Teck is Senior Assistant Director of the Data Transformation Branch in the Transformation and Future Technology Department at the Singapore Civil Defence Force. With a background in Psychology, Wee Teck spent the first half of his 25-years career in the public sector as a psychologist at Ministry of Defence before pivoting to his passion in data analytics. His passion led him to SCDF where he has been for the last 5 years. Wee Teck currently leads a team of data analytics practitioners to facilitate evidence-based decision-making in order to achieve SCDF’s key business objectives and become a data-driven organization.
 
Raphael Park
Raphael Park
Chief Performance Officer, District of Columbia, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, Washington DC

 

Raphael Park
Raphael is the Chief Performance Officer at the Washington DC, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA). Prior to joining DCRA, he worked in DC Government for 10 years, previously working for the DC Metropolitan Police Department as a data analyst in the Office of Research Analytical Services, special assistant in the Executive Office of the Chief of Police, and program manager of the Risk Management Division. Raphael has a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland, a Master of Public Administration degree from Pennsylvania State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Michigan. Go Blue!
 
Haikal Yeo
Haikal Yeo
Senior Analyst (Planning & Research), National Population and Talent Division, Strategy Group, Prime Minister’s Office

 

Haikal Yeo
Haikal is Senior Analyst in the National Population and Talent Division under PMO-Strategy Group. Together with his team, he is involved in population planning and policy research to drive and coordinate Singapore’s immediate and longer-term population strategies. His Tableau journey began when he formed a team with Klarissa Khor to participate in GovTech’s Data Arcade Tournament 2020. Beyond Tableau, he likes going on nature walks with his family.
 
Klarissa Khor
Klarissa Khor
Research Analyst, Research and Management Information Division & Planning Officer, Planning Division, Ministry of Education

 

Klarissa Khor
Klarissa is Research Analyst and Planning Officer in the Research and Management Information Division and Planning Division at the Ministry of Education (MOE), where she reviews education policies and analyses data to support various MOE divisions in their work. Together with Haikal Yeo, she participated in GovTech’s Data Arcade Tournament 2020, and was thrilled to emerge as Champions for the Tableau track! In these COVID times, she misses playing squash in meetup groups and hopes to be able to do so again soon.
 
Chua Chee Pin
Chua Chee Pin
Chua Chee Pin, Regional Vice President, Tableau Singapore

 

Chua Chee Pin
Chee Pin is the Regional Vice President of Tableau and responsible for the Singapore business. Prior to this role, he served as the ASEAN (ex Singapore) Field Enterprise and Emerging Market Sales Head for 3.5 years. Chee Pin’s past experience includes leading Brocade's Datacentre solution in ASEAN as well as working with leading global and local financial institutions at Cisco, EMC and Dimension Data (NTT) in executing their datacentre strategies.
 
Jeremy Blaney
Jeremy Blaney
Director, Tableau Blueprint, Tableau

 

Jeremy Blaney
At Tableau, Jeremy leads Tableau Blueprint, helping organizations scale the use of data and foster the right behaviors and beliefs that lead to a successful data culture. During his time at Tableau, Jeremy led data strategy for the COVID-19 Data Hub. Jeremy has also partnered with clients to build data capabilities, create data culture, and deliver business value, including the United Nations, global financial services firms, U.S. government agencies, and Fortune 500 retail companies.
 
Benjamin Tan
Benjamin Tan
Lead Solution Engineer - Southeast Asia, Tableau

 

Benjamin Tan
For the past decade, Benjamin has been immersed in the business intelligence industry with extensive knowledge and experience in data preparation, data warehousing, enterprise reporting and data visualization. His unique passion for visual analytics led him to the mastery of Tableau over the last 5 years. He has been active in supporting requirements from government, insurance and healthcare clients. Currently as the Lead Solution Engineer at Tableau, Benjamin continues to help many organizations realize their data discovery capabilities and be empowered with fresh insights at work.
 
Jacelyn Lim
Jacelyn Lim
Senior Solution Engineer - Southeast Asia, Tableau

 

Jacelyn Lim
Jacelyn is on a mission to help organizations go from “Huh?” to “Ah-ha!” as a Tableau Solution Engineer with SEA regional exposure to diverse industries. Outside of Tableau, her foodie passion can be found in her instant ramen viz and many other food related viz that she bookmarked on Tableau Public. And on other times, she enjoys a good stretch from yoga.
 
KJ Kim
KJ Kim
Manager, APJ Community, Tableau

 

KJ Kim
KJ started her Tableau journey in the presales team where she honed her love of Tableau in 2015. Since then she’s moved to the Tableau community team focusing on growing the Academic program and most recently widening her scope to all of Community. When she isn’t vizzy working on bringing the #datafam together she’s spending time with her little one.
 

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