7: Data and Technology to Detect and Fight Corruption
Data and Technology are providing new tools and methods to exponentially increase our ability to deter corruption. The session will discuss how governments are making use of innovative approaches to detect corruption, the challenges faced during implementation, and strategies for leveraging data and adopting new technologies. The session will also showcase specific examples of how data and technology have been used in multiple countries.
Moderator: Leslie Tsai, Director of Social Investment, Chandler Foundation
Daniel Ortega-Nieto, Senior Public Sector Specialist, Indonesia, World Bank
Emilio Barriga Delgado, Federalized Spending Special Auditor, Mexico
Pablo Arellano Pardo, Comptroller General of Spain
Margarita Dobrynina, Head of the Strategic Analysis Division at the Special Investigation Service, Lithuania