Implementation of National Goals for Transparency in the Digital Reality. Open Debate

08 Jun , 12:00–13:30
Technologies Shaping the Future
Pavilion F, conference hall F1

A government’s willingness to be open and share its data is a crucial component of the digital economy. One of the tasks of the digital movement is increasing access to different types of data for key stakeholders, such as businesses, NPOs and various state bodies – a path that Russia has already embarked on. Much attention has been dedicated to the issue of whether the national goals enshrined in decree No. 204 have been met, and statistical data tends to be out of sync with people’s perceptions. How can people be made more aware of the national goals entitled ‘Five steps to transparency’? Statistics vs BigData: what data does the economy need? How can data serve humankind?

Mariya Shklyaruk, Chief Executive Officer, CAG; Scientific Director, RANEPA Digital Transformation Leadership Training Centre

Ivan Begtin, Head of the Open Data Project of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation; Chief Executive Officer, Information Culture Nonprofit Organization
Alexey Kudrin, Chairman, Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
Eduard Lysenko, Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow
Pavel Malkov, Head, Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation
Andrey Nikitin, Governor of Novgorod Region
Nikolay Nikolaev, Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Natural Resources, Property and Land Relations
Maxim Oreshkin, Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Maksim Parshin, Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation