46 min

Rules as Code: Making Policies Machine Readable Talking About a More Digital Government

    • Government

Summary:
In this episode we speak to the incredible Pia Andrews - who is currently working for Service Canada - about Rules as Code, an approach to creating and publishing policies in a machine readable way. We also talk to Liam McCann from the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and Ram Parameswaran a Code for Australia Fellow who are both  currently working on a Rules as Code project.

Transcript:
The full transcript of the episode is available here.

Resources Mentioned:
Cracking the Code by OECD
Rules as Code Part 1 and Part 2 by Canadian School of Public Service
Rules as Code Case Study from New Zealand by Tom Barraclough
Community Gaming Regulation in NSW
New Zealand Public Service Act 2020
Rules as Code Wiki
We need to recode the rules of government by Pia Andrews & Tim De Sousa
Rules as Code in 2020: The Year in Review by Tim de Sousa

Credits and thank yous:
The show is hosted by Esther Semo and Sean Hua. Consulting producer is Daniel Semo.  Podcast artwork designed by Nigel Moyes with illustrations by Indah Ibrahim. Music by Daniel Semo.
This episode is brought to you by Code for Australia
Code for Australia are a for-purpose organisation working in collaboration with public sector teams and the tech community to help create a world class digital government. To find out more about Code for Australia head here 
Want to be a guest on this podcast?
We’re always looking for folks working in civic tech and government to speak with about themes you're encountering or work being done. If you’re keen to have a chat to us contact us at info@codeforaustralia.org 

Summary:
In this episode we speak to the incredible Pia Andrews - who is currently working for Service Canada - about Rules as Code, an approach to creating and publishing policies in a machine readable way. We also talk to Liam McCann from the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and Ram Parameswaran a Code for Australia Fellow who are both  currently working on a Rules as Code project.

Transcript:
The full transcript of the episode is available here.

Resources Mentioned:
Cracking the Code by OECD
Rules as Code Part 1 and Part 2 by Canadian School of Public Service
Rules as Code Case Study from New Zealand by Tom Barraclough
Community Gaming Regulation in NSW
New Zealand Public Service Act 2020
Rules as Code Wiki
We need to recode the rules of government by Pia Andrews & Tim De Sousa
Rules as Code in 2020: The Year in Review by Tim de Sousa

Credits and thank yous:
The show is hosted by Esther Semo and Sean Hua. Consulting producer is Daniel Semo.  Podcast artwork designed by Nigel Moyes with illustrations by Indah Ibrahim. Music by Daniel Semo.
This episode is brought to you by Code for Australia
Code for Australia are a for-purpose organisation working in collaboration with public sector teams and the tech community to help create a world class digital government. To find out more about Code for Australia head here 
Want to be a guest on this podcast?
We’re always looking for folks working in civic tech and government to speak with about themes you're encountering or work being done. If you’re keen to have a chat to us contact us at info@codeforaustralia.org 

46 min

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