Better Rules, Better Outcomes

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Title of the article, blog entry, editorial, essay, graphic, interview, or other content Better Rules, Better Outcomes
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Date 2018/05/13
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Quotation from the resource New digital technologies and the effective use of government data present opportunities to better deliver to people’s needs. To fully realise these opportunities, policy and rules need to be developed in a manner that recognises the context of the business or citizen customer experience, and enables digital service delivery where appropriate. A different approach would be to apply a multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholder approach to co-design authoritative and reusable sources of machine consumable legislation and rules in conjunction with the transparently equivalent human-readable versions. This enables software, artificial intelligence, blockchain and IoT applications to be primary consumers of government rules.
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New digital technologies and the effectiveNew digital technologies and the effective use of government data present opportunities to better deliver to people’s needs. To fully realise these opportunities, policy and rules need to be developed in a manner that recognises the context of the business or citizen customer experience, and enables digital service delivery where appropriate. A different approach would be to apply a multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholder approach to co-design authoritative and reusable sources of machine consumable legislation and rules in conjunction with the transparently equivalent human-readable versions. This enables software, artificial intelligence, blockchain and IoT applications to be primary consumers of government rules. be primary consumers of government rules. +
"Better Rules, Better Outcomes," Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, May 13, 2018, accessed December 10, 2019, https://oecd-opsi.org/innovations/better-rules-better-outcomes/ +
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