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Digital Public Services: designing and delivering user-centric services
Manchester Conference Centre, 12th November 2015

Join us at Open Forum Events’ third Digital Public Services conference to hear the latest developments in digital design and delivery across the sector. Bringing together the leading lights from central government, local government, the NHS, police, higher education and more, this conference is an ideal opportunity to hear from experienced practitioners with invaluable knowledge and experience of leading innovative digital initiatives at both local and national scale. Delegates will receive practical advice and inspiration from a range of real-life examples from public and private sector sources to help inform and develop their thinking around digital public services. Learn more.
What will be discussed
  • Five years on from Directgov: where are we now?

  • Supporting the digitisation of public services

  • Common barriers to delivering new public digital services

  • Applying agile to public service design and delivery

  • Understanding citizens’ attitudes to design better digital services

  • Digital communities by default

  • Enabling digital inclusion

  • Putting digital to work for patients

  • Digital leaders in local government

  • The digital tools that are improving the police service

  • Digital: the future of higher education
Invited Speakers Include
Carrie Bishop, Director, Futuregov

Paul Shetler, Director, Government Digital Service

Benjamin Nickolls, Head of Services, mySociety

Ben Holliday, Head of User Experience Design, DWP Digital

Adam Micklethwaite, Director of Business and Innovation, Tinder Foundation

Tim Kelsey, National Director for Patients and Information, NHS England

Nick Palmer, Head of Strategic IT, Bournemouth Borough Council

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Digital Public Services: Reshaping, rethinking and rewiring services
Wide range of speakers who clearly know what they are talking about.
Great mix of backgrounds and passionate speakers
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