Digital by Default: Be part of the revolution in Public Service delivery

01 December 2011
The Barbican, London

The UK public sector is under considerable pressure to identify savings, while maintaining vital frontline services. ICT has a significant role to play in achieving these challenging objectives. Advances in technology drive modernisation and progress; recent developments in ICT such as smartphones and tablet PCs, social networking, and Cloud computing present opportunities to generate significant efficiency and productivity gains.

This conference will explore the case for making public services digital by default, providing essential information on how public sector organisations can deliver efficient, cost-effective public services that are responsive to the needs of citizens and businesses.

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Register to attend here using Marketing Code SYS1

Speakers include:

Ben Lucas (invited) – Principal Partner, 2020 Public Services Hub

Martha Lane Fox (invited) – UK Digital Champion

Mike Bracken (invited) – Executive Director of Digital, Cabinet Office

David Wilde (confirmed) – Chief Information Officer, Essex County Council

Tom Loosemore (proposed) – Deputy Director, Alphagov

Rt Hon Alun Michael MP (invited) – Chair, Pitcom

Leigh Smyth (confirmed) – Managing Director, Race Online 2012

David Mortimer (invited) РHead of Digital Inclusion,  Age UK

Further details of the programme can be found online.

Places are limited to 250 and are awarded on a first come, first served basis.

If you are unable to attend, please feel free to forward details of this event to a colleague.
If you wish to register your interest in exhibiting or delivering a workshop, you can submit your contact details online and one of our advisors will be in touch shortly.

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