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The OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI)  and its partners at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation are excited to convene innovators from around the world for a conference on Innovation in Government: The New Normal on 20-21 November 2017. The conference will highlight insights from OPSI’s work with countries that are transforming their operations and improving the lives of their people through innovation. It will bring together government leaders, public servants, and innovative partners in industry and civil society to connect, share experiences, and collaborate.

We have developed a document outlining relevant logistical information for your attendance at the conference, including travel information and details on nearby hotels. You can find this at http://oe.cd/opsiconferencelogistics

OECD Conference Center  - 2, rue André Pascal, 75016 Paris, France

All plenary sessions (CC 1), panel discussions (CC 1 and CC 5), and talks (Auditorium) will be live streamed. To view a live stream, see the link provided on the relevant session’s page (click the session below) or here: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/.


Questions related to the event can be addressed to the OPSI team at opsi@oecd.org

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Dounia Ouchene

Netherlands Entreprise Agency
Strategy Advisor
I am an analytical, creative, entrepreneuring, strategic advisor, with an eye for service design, social innovation and business development. I currently work at RVO on a variety of national governmental programmes geared towards transitions.

My focus is to develop and implement systemic, bold and creative approaches, solutions and strategies.

In 2015 I took initiative and designed a laboratory together with colleagues resulting in founding X Lab. Here I focus on the design and development of new policy instruments and services, that implement the long term vision of the agency. I have the habit of bringing in unorthodox methods to design solutions that solve long-standing complex challenges, working with whom I call ‘unusual suspects’.