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Rules as Code: Making Rules Simple, Adaptable and Digital Ready

12 August 2021

Code for Australia Fellows Sindhu Harinath, Yuguang Ipsen and Ram Parameswaran have been working with a team in the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment to explore how Rules as Code can support the process of defining and delivering rules for the NSW Energy Security Safeguard. This video highlights how to make rules simple, adaptable and digital ready.

You can read more about their project via the resources below and read the case study for their project here.

Talking About a More Digital Government: Episode 2 - Rules as Code


Esther Semo

How we used design to understand, inform and experiment within the Rules as Code space

Sindhu Harinath

How we’re using Rules as Code to translate complex policy into easy to use online services

Sindhu Harinath

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