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  Digital Public Services: Reshaping, rethinking and rewiring services
1st July 2015, Barbican Conference Centre, London

dps15.jpg As Tomorrow is the last day of registration we now only have seven places remaining to attend our Digital Public Services conference, in order to not miss out please register today. The key steps towards delivering digital by default and a modern digital public service are vital for everyone working in the digital sector. By joining us at Digital Public Services: Reshaping, Rethinking and Rewiring Services you will learn how technology and information sharing can drive better services and become digital by default.

Digital by default is not just about moving existing services online or a rudimentary driver for saving money. It is about making it simpler, clearer and faster for people to receive the services they require, when and where they are needed. Through examining a range of case studies and hearing from policy and innovation leaders delegates will learn new ways to digitize for the future.

Don't miss out, you can secure your place today - Click here to register

Rachel Neaman, Chief Executive, Go ON UK (confirmed)

Mark Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (confirmed) 

Geoff Connell, Director of ICT, One Source (confirmed)

Eddie Copeland, Head of Technology Policy, Policy Exchange (confirmed)

Carl Haggerty, Chair of the LocalGov DigitalSteering Group (confirmed)

Robin Vickers, Executive Director, Digital Life Sciences (confirmed)

An interactive day offering hands-on experience of digital innovations working through practical solutions to audience suggestions in real time.

Learn how to make the most out of new technologies and innovations – saving money and improving services.

How to evade previous pitfalls to transform information technology, the lessons learnt and practical advice to avoid costly problems.

The key steps towards delivering digital by default and a modern digital public service.

A focus on the practical outlining how digital technology can improve services, benefit citizens and support decision-making.

Enhance digital knowledge and skills and develop effective planning, implementation and measurement processes for digital services.

How to meet information standards and ensure that information flows freely and securely across system settings.

Increase take-up of digital transactions, increase inclusion rates and improve customer engagement and insight.

How to make the best use of information and drive improvements in performance, service delivery and outcomes.

If you would like to know more about this event, please click here for more details and to register your place - alternatively, reply to this email and we will come back to you as soon as possible.


Karl Povey
Marketing Executive

Open Forum Events
0161 376 9007

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