Planning for the future How the Data & Statistics Strategy will help us get the right data for our future policy needs Spe...
Agenda  13:45 Welcome from Malcolm Britton, Head of the Data  Services Group in DCSF 13:55 What will the strategy cover? 1...
What will the strategy cover? Work package 1 – Identify future needs Future Scenario thinking Knowledge map Identify futur...
What will the strategy cover? Work Package 2:  Manage Demand Prioritisation mechanisms Governance arrangements 3 Develop P...
What will the strategy cover?   Work Package 3:  Co-ordinate supply Linkages Roadmap to deliver overall strategy Road map ...
Exercise to identify future needs - possible axes to future gaze 5 local national institution holistic single phase cross ...
Exercise to identify future needs – the tasks: <ul><li>We are going to split into three groups.  Agree who will report bac...
Task 1 – Future gazing 7 Policy   Challenge Key questions that need to be answered Key new data needed (over what is curre...
Task 2 – Immediate gaps 8 Gaps in current data (brief description of the gap and why it needs to be filled) What can be do...
Plenary and closing comments <ul><li>Report back from each group  (3 minutes each) and consider any cross-cutting themes (...
Contact Us On <ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><l...
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Planning for the Future: How the Data & Statistics Strategy will help us get the right data for our future policy needs

  1. 1. Planning for the future How the Data & Statistics Strategy will help us get the right data for our future policy needs Speakers: Malcolm Britton DCSF Kevin Rennie KPMG Rob Bear KPMG Andrew Waterer KPMG 2010 DCSF Research Conference
  2. 2. Agenda 13:45 Welcome from Malcolm Britton, Head of the Data Services Group in DCSF 13:55 What will the strategy cover? 14:00 Introduction to exercise on identifying future needs 14:05 Exercise to identify future needs 14:40 Plenary 14: 55 Closing remarks 1
  3. 3. What will the strategy cover? Work package 1 – Identify future needs Future Scenario thinking Knowledge map Identify future data requirements Map out core requirements 2
  4. 4. What will the strategy cover? Work Package 2: Manage Demand Prioritisation mechanisms Governance arrangements 3 Develop Prioritisation mechanism Agree governance arrangements Benchmark best practice elsewhere
  5. 5. What will the strategy cover? Work Package 3: Co-ordinate supply Linkages Roadmap to deliver overall strategy Road map 4 Identify linkages with other data sets Join up with IT Strategy
  6. 6. Exercise to identify future needs - possible axes to future gaze 5 local national institution holistic single phase cross phase
  7. 7. Exercise to identify future needs – the tasks: <ul><li>We are going to split into three groups. Agree who will report back from your group </li></ul><ul><li>Task 1 – Imagine yourself 15 years in the future and do three things (20 minutes): </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Identify two key DCSF policy challenges that could arise in the future, for which data will be needed </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Identify the key questions that will need to be answered and data required </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Consider the axes and agree whether movement to any of the “poles” would alter the way in which data is gathered and held to answer the questions concerned </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Task 2 – Put yourself back to 2010 and do one thing (20 minutes): </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Identify the top two or three gaps in data and statistics that DCSF could secure within the next 5 years which would help determine how policy interventions are impacting and / or enable the front line to deliver more effectively </li></ul></ul>6
  8. 8. Task 1 – Future gazing 7 Policy Challenge Key questions that need to be answered Key new data needed (over what is currently available) Notes on whether poles on the “axes” change way in which data is gathered and held
  9. 9. Task 2 – Immediate gaps 8 Gaps in current data (brief description of the gap and why it needs to be filled) What can be done (e.g. linkages to other data sets, amend existing survey / new service / new data collection)
  10. 10. Plenary and closing comments <ul><li>Report back from each group (3 minutes each) and consider any cross-cutting themes (10 minutes) </li></ul><ul><li>Thank you! Your contributions will inform the data strategy. </li></ul>9
  11. 11. Contact Us On <ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul>10
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