digital HKS is an independent project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs committed to teaching public leaders how to understand the relationship between technology, data, and the public interest by teaching public leaders to understand how to design, build, and engage with digital technologies as they relate to civic participation, digital equity and inclusion, governance of government platforms, and accountability.
digital HKS explores digital technology and the public interest by focusing on:
- Digital service delivery
- Government as a platform
- Product management and design
- Governance of government technology
- Open data and data standards
- Digital inclusion and equity
digital HKS is training current and future public leaders by providing them with the resources, tools, and experiences needed to be able to identify the risks, opportunities, and impact of digital technologies and the public interest as it relates to these areas. digital HKS achieves this through curriculum, convenings, and other programs, e.g. events and thought-leadership.
revised September 20, 2018