Science Strategy

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We are developing a new science strategy for the department that sets a vision for how we will improve on the delivery of science, analytics, modelling and evidence to decision makers. The strategy will be transformative and is intended to enhance our collective impact. To be effective, it must be shaped by our scientists who have important knowledge about the challenges we face today, and innovative ideas about how we can do things better.

A series of science workshops are being held in June/July to capture insight from our scientific workforce. Expressions of interest for these workshops are now closed.

If you didn’t get a chance to attend a workshop we would still love to get your input. Please complete the Science Strategy Survey below.

You can also contribute to the process at any time by submitting an idea through the ‘Ideas’ tab.

We are developing a new science strategy for the department that sets a vision for how we will improve on the delivery of science, analytics, modelling and evidence to decision makers. The strategy will be transformative and is intended to enhance our collective impact. To be effective, it must be shaped by our scientists who have important knowledge about the challenges we face today, and innovative ideas about how we can do things better.

A series of science workshops are being held in June/July to capture insight from our scientific workforce. Expressions of interest for these workshops are now closed.

If you didn’t get a chance to attend a workshop we would still love to get your input. Please complete the Science Strategy Survey below.

You can also contribute to the process at any time by submitting an idea through the ‘Ideas’ tab.