Digital by Default : A revolution in public service delivery
01 December 2011
The Barbican, London
Technology has a central role to play in the reform of the public sector, offering more innovative and individualised services. Digital by Default: a revolution in public service delivery will provide essential information on how public sector organisations can deliver efficient, cost-effective public services that are responsive to the needs of citizens and businesses.
Confirmed Speakers include:
Martha Lane Fox - UK Digital Champion
Leigh Smyth - Managing Director, Race Online 2012
David Wilde - Chief Information Officer, Essex County Council
Roger Donald - Associate Director Multi Channel (Acting), NHS Direct
David Mortimer - Head of Digital Inclusion, Age UK
Professor Helen Margetts - Professor of Society and the Internet, Oxford Internet Institute
Subjects we will be discussing this year include:
The future of public service delivery, including Cloud, shared services, and social media
Efficiency and productivity through technology
A new single domain for government services
User-centred digital health services
Addressing the digital divide
Further details of the programme can be found online here.
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.
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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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