Integrated Social Information Registry of Chile: your information, your benefits
This webinar had simultaneous interpretation in French and Spanish.
Talking interoperability is a dialogue series being convened by the Digital Convergence Initiative (DCI) to facilitate in-depth technical conversations around designing for interoperability in the social protection sector. By bringing together digital social protection and technology experts from government agencies, software vendors, system integrators and international organizations, it aims promote peer-based learning and problem solving through:
- sharing the technical nitty-gritty of how agencies have designed their social protection information systems for interoperability
- understanding how agencies have tackled the major challenges to interoperability
- brainstorming potential solutions to remaining bottlenecks
The fourth session of the dialogue series discussed the experience of the Chilean Ministry of Social Development and Family with its integrated Social Information Registry (Registro de Información Social - RIS). RIS contains information on a large majority of the country's population and is available to more than 50 state administration bodies, the country's 345 municipalities, and accredited research universities. This has meant a growing challenge to improve interoperability and data protection by implementing data governance practices to address the relevant aspects of handling the managed data in a secure, quality, and well-documented manner.
Verónica Achá Alvarez, Department Lead on Analysis of Social Information, Ministry of Social Development and Family
Rodolfo Beazley, Senior Social Protection Expert
Luz Stella Rodriguez, Social Protection Specialist, World Bank
Moderator: Ernesto Brodersohn, ISSA Senior Official in Charge of ICT Technical Commission
This was the fourth meeting of the "Talking interoperability" dialogue series organised by the Digital Convergence Initiative (DCI). These meetings aim to facilitate in-depth technical conversations around designing for interoperability in the social protection sector. By bringing together digital social protection and technology experts from government agencies, software vendors, system integrators and international organisations, they aim to promote peer-based learning and problem solving.