MasterCraft Series – Data and Technology in State Regulatory Practice

Practitioners from state regulatory bodies explore the use of data and technology in the monitoring, enforcement and communication of regulation across the early childhood, construction and water regulation industries. 


Portrait photo of Rachel Scalogne

Rachel Scalongne

Rachel studied Arts/Law at the University of Tasmania and enjoyed a rewarding experience working overseas, before commencing work with the Queensland Government in 2007. Rachel has built a successful career within the public service, and has spent 14 years working across a number of environmental regulation roles, such as prosecutions, compliance support, intelligence, training, regional delivery and policy.

She has recently worked on two independent government inquiries, learning enormously from being able to see government from another side and support the identification of improvements. She is currently a Director with the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, leading the strategic compliance team. Her department is responsible for the sustainable management and regulation of water to South East Queensland. She is passionate about regulation and regulatory practice and values the important role of public servants to provide public value and confidence to the community.

Participant benefits

  • Hear regulators from different state jurisdictions.
  • Understand better how regulatory technology and data monitoring impacts decision-making.
  • Apply this thinking in your own workplace.

Suitable for

APS 1 – SES Band 3

Craft and User Level

This workshop aligns with the Implementation and Services craft at the Foundation level.


Free of charge.

2 hours, 10:00 am–12:00 pm AEST
Event type
Australia wide
$0 per attendee
40 seats