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Educating Digital Leaders

Digital Government, taking place on 24th May at the QEII Centre, will look at the practical reality of digital transformation in the public sector. Considering the Government Transformation Strategy, the conference explores the need to transform the relationship between citizens and state.

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Digital Government 2018

The one day event offers up-to-date insights from those innovating in digital to help the public sector deliver more efficient, agile and user-focused online services.

The programme will review how organisations can overcome challenges to fulfill the Government Transformation Strategy. Helping to identify potential areas of collaboration, increase capability and enhance the experience of interacting with online public services.

Digital leaders from local government, central government and the NHS will come together to discuss, debate and define the future of digital transformation across UK government.

Newly confirmed speakers

Paul Maltby
Chief Digital Officer
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (Confirmed)
Holly Ellis
Director of Capability - Digital, Data and Technology Profession
Government Digital Service (Confirmed)
David Dilley
Deputy Director of Capability - Digital, Data and Technology Profession
Government Digital Service (Confirmed)

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Testimonials

‘’It was a good opportunity to see the range of technology used across government and how it is benefiting us in different areas. It was also a good way to meet potential suppliers and assess the benefits of their products.’’

Rules Developer, Ministry of Justice - LAA Digital

‘’A great place to do business with the best technical expertise specialising in the public sector.’’

Risk Identification Manager, Department for Education

‘’Good introduction into the world of digital government, good speakers and a great networking opportunity.’’

Innovation and Improvement Team Leader, Dacorum Borough Council

‘’A broad-ranging event that covered a number of current topics and examples of the role digital plays in delivering cheaper & more efficient government services for the public.’’

Digital Services Manager, Shropshire Council

QEII Centre,

In the very heart of Westminster, The Queen Elizabeth II Centre is ideally located to take advantage of everything London has to offer.

Uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye, the award-winning, purpose-built events venue is perfectly placed for you to experience London’s many cultural attractions.

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