The future of Data in the Public Sector. The role of data for the Dutch Government

June 30, 2021

In this Virtual Round Table, Pieter Lindhout, Program manager currently active as Chief Data Officer at The Ministry of Justice and Security, will elaborate on the dilemma’s and state of data governance in general within the Dutch Government. If this interests you, please join this interactive Virtual Round Table to enter into conversation with Pieter and your peers in order to share knowledge and lessons learned on topics such as the way data-maturity can be measured.

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule
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Pieter Lindhout

Chief Data Officer

Before Pieter became Chief Data Officer at the Ministry of Justice and Security, he worked in various roles for national government bodies, such as the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations. He has a diverse background working in law enforcement, as a manager, business IT advisor, and in information management and is an expert in aligning organisation, processes and IT. In his presentation, Pieter will elaborate on the state of data management in the ministry.



Access to and usage of data are two-sides of the same coin for both public and private organisations. Having high-quality data at hand is necessary, but not enough to extract all of its value. In order to do this, you have to make sure that the right teams with the right skillsets have access to the right data. Therefore, effective data-governance is essential.


16:55 | Dial in on Teams meeting
17:00 | Start program, including presentation & discussion
18:30 | End


CIO, CDO, Directors IT, Data & Analytics, Public Sector

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  • Participants have to meet the previously described target audience.
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  • During all our sessions, the Chatham House Rule applies. This means that the participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. This means that no report, no photos and no recordings are made of the meeting. The presentation will also not be distributed to the participants afterwards.

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