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Government Digital Technology Congress: Development in a Digital World

8:30am
November 1, 2018
Etc.Venues. Prospero House, 241 Borough High St
London,SE1 1GA
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By harnessing digital to build and deliver services, the government can transform the relationship between citizen and state. Much has been done since the 2012 Government Digital Strategy, which demonstrated the potential of public service transformation by rebuilding some of the most high volume services to make them ‘digital by default’. New digital professions are now established across the public sector. Departments have become better at sharing platforms and components, code, patterns and best practice. This is a strong foundation upon which to build.

The UK Government is one of the most digitally advanced in the world. We have come top of the 2016 United Nations E-Government and E-Participation surveys. We have developed the award-winning and internationally renowned GOV.UK – and have opened its code, which has been reused by governments around the world. The Government Digital Service (GDS) has led the digital transformation of government and is a model that is being copied internationally.

Many departments have started to transform how they deliver services. This has improved citizens’ experience of a significant number of services, but in many cases it has not changed the way government organisations operate to deliver them. It has meant that organisations without public-facing services have not benefitted from the same degree of focus on digital transformation.

The next stage of digitally-enabled transformation has 3 broad components, which together form the scope of this strategy:

  • transforming whole citizen-facing services – to continue to improve the experience for citizens, businesses and users within the public sector
  • full department transformation – affecting complete organisations to deliver policy objectives in a flexible way, improve citizen service across channels and improve efficiency
  • internal government transformation, which might not directly change policy outcomes or citizen-facing services but which is vital if government is to collaborate better and deliver digitally-enabled change more effectively

The Government Digital Technology congress will look to cover all areas of the Government Digital Strategy and show how and why the UK are leading in digital advancement across the world

Speakers

Katie Bates

Product Manager

Government Digital Service - GOV.UK Pay

Vin Pillai

Product Manager

Government Digital Service - GOV.UK Registers

Pete Herlihy

Lead Product Manager

Government Digital Service - GOV.UK Notify

Paul Dougan

Technical Architect Reliability Engineering

Government Digital Service - GOV.UK Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Maureen Hewlett

Deputy Director – Commissioning, Assurance, Resourcing and People Engagement

HMCTS Change Directorate Ministry of Justice

Dionne Lowndes

Head of Digital

Staffordshire County Council

Ian Fishwick

SME Panel

Cabinet Office

Colin Rhodes

Director

Flabba

Stephen Browning

Interim Challenge Director – Next Generation Services

Innovate UK

Peter Stansbury

Director Business Transformation

Evoco

Melanie Webb, Assoc CIPD

Capability Manager | Change Portfolio

Ministry of Justice

Emma Stace

Director of Transformation and Digital

the Department for Education

Julian Champion

Head of UK Pre-Sales

Neptune UK

Natalie Kouzeleas

Managing Director

Neptune UK

Steve Revell

Account Director

Nexthink

Steve Mordey

Public Sector Digital Transformation Lead

Microsoft

Thomas Burton

Head of Assessment

NOCN

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The Agenda

    8:30

    Registration, Networking and Breakfast

    9:15

    Chair Ian Fishwick (Confirmed)

    SME Panel at Cabinet Office

    “Giving Digital Contracts to SME’s – a view wearing 3 hats”

    The Government wants 33% of Public Sector spend to go to SME’s (small and medium sized businesses) by the end of 2022. How are things progressing? With his first hat on, I an will give a view from the Cabinet office SME Panel. With his 2nd hat on, he will give a perspective as Commercial Director of Innopsis the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the Public Sector. Finally, he will talk as CEO, AdEPT Telecom plc. Ian will use practical case studies and examples throughout.

    9:20

    Government as a Platform by the GDS (Confirmed)

    Katie Bates, Product Manager at Government Digital Service – GOV.UK Pay 

    Vin Pillai, Product Manager at Government Digital Service  – GOV.UK Registers 

    Pete Herlihy, Lead Product Manager at Government Digital Service – GOV.UK Notify 

    Paul Dougan, Technical Architect Reliability Engineering at Government Digital Service – GOV.UK Platform as a Service (PaaS)

    10:00

    Melanie Webb, Assoc CIPD (Confirmed)

    Capability Manager | Change Portfolio at Ministry of Justice

    How digital apprenticeships can support organisations build their digital capability. The benefits to both the organisation and the individual pulling out practical examples of risks and issues to delivery

     

    10:20

    Main Sponsor

    Steve Mordey (Confirmed)

    Public Sector Digital Transformation Lead at Microsoft

    “The technology revolution and digital government – what we’ve learnt”

    Governments are continually under pressure to deliver greater value to their employees, citizens and communities. These delivery challenges are compounded by citizens demanding better, more accessible engagement at every level. Forward thinking public sector organisations are looking to leave behind old manual legacy processes, disparate systems and paper-based methods, working towards a digital future enabled by technology. In this session we will explore our key learnings from delivering Digital Transformation in the Public Sector, drawing upon best-practise examples of how technology can help governments find solutions to these challenges.

    10:40

    Q+A

    10:50

    Morning Break, Networking and Refreshments

    11:30

    Chair Ian Fishwick (Confirmed)

    SME Panel at Cabinet Office

    “Giving Digital Contracts to SME’s – a view wearing 3 hats”

    The Government wants 33% of Public Sector spend to go to SME’s (small and medium sized businesses) by the end of 2022. How are things progressing? With his first hat on, I an will give a view from the Cabinet office SME Panel. With his 2nd hat on, he will give a perspective as Commercial Director of Innopsis the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the Public Sector. Finally, he will talk as CEO, AdEPT Telecom plc. Ian will use practical case studies and examples throughout.

    11:35

    Case Study

    Colin Rhodes

    Director at Flabba (Confirmed)

    Flabba is a company that builds business applications that have online video communications at their core. Their CEO, Colin Rhodes, will talk about two of their recent live public sector examples:

    Home Office – Online video interview platform to help process Visa applicants from across the Globe

    NHS – Online video interview & recruitment management platform to help the NHS attract, screen and select domestic and international staff in a more accurate, timely & cost effective manner.

    Flabba builds business applications designed to improve business processes and productivity.

     

    11:55

    Natalie Kouzeleas and Julian Champion (Confirmed)

    Managing Director and Head of UK Pre-Sales Neptune Software

    How a low code development platform can help drive huge efficiencies in enabling Digital Government, Public Services and increasing Citizen satisfaction.

    Neptune Software’s Rapid Application Development platform enables organizations to design, develop and manage enterprise desktop and mobile applications in a fraction of the time by minimizing the need for coding and standardizing development.  Neptune’s platform works across any back-end technology and across any business process.

     

    12:15

    Stephen Browning (Confirmed)

    Interim Challenge Director – Next Generation Services at Innovate UK

    “Transforming Accountancy, Insurance and Legal Services with AI and Data”

    As part of the Industrial Strategy, the Government will invest up to £20M in the Next Generation Services industrial strategy challenge fund (ISCF).

    The objective of the Challenge is to maintain the leadership position of the UK in global high-value services by developing a targeted approach to support the sector’s engagement in R&D in the emerging new technologies based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the data economy, one of four ‘Grand Challenge’ areas identified in the government’s Industrial Strategy White Paper.

    This session will provide an overview of the programme to date.

    12:35

    Case Study

    Thomas Burton (Confirmed)

    Head of Assessment at NOCN

    “Digital Skills”

    12:55

    Q+A

    1:00

    Dinner, Networking and Lunch

    2:00

    Chair Ian Fishwick (Confirmed)

    SME Panel at Cabinet Office

    “Giving Digital Contracts to SME’s – a view wearing 3 hats”

    The Government wants 33% of Public Sector spend to go to SME’s (small and medium sized businesses) by the end of 2022. How are things progressing? With his first hat on, I an will give a view from the Cabinet office SME Panel. With his 2nd hat on, he will give a perspective as Commercial Director of Innopsis the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the Public Sector. Finally, he will talk as CEO, AdEPT Telecom plc. Ian will use practical case studies and examples throughout.

    2:05

    Peter Stansbury (Confirmed)

    Director Business Transformation at Evoco and Partner to Agile Business Consortium

    “Digital Agile Working”

    2:25

    Case Study

    Steve Revell (Confirmed)

    Account Director at Nexthink

    “Acing your next leadership meeting”

    Today’s employees know and expect more than ever before from their work-life experience.  Employee IT experience and workplace performance is such a current and important topic that leadership teams are looking for answers. But improving employee satisfaction scores, innovation outcomes, and justifying investment based on intuition and assumptions isn’t giving decisions makers confidence and employees remain frustrated.

    Senior government IT leaders must drive a cultural and technological change in their organisations and those require action and investment in the right places.  Imagine how well your next appearance at a leadership meeting will go when your conclusions and propositions are backed by irrefutable data on the digital employee experience.

    In this presentation, Steve Revell, Account Director, Nexthink, will explain how you can reset the perception of IT within an organisation through informed conversations with senior leadership, proactive and informed problem-solving, and making smarter IT investments.

    2:45

    Maureen Hewlett (Confirmed)

    Deputy Director – Commissioning, Assurance, Resourcing  and People Engagement at HMCTS Change Directorate Ministry of Justice

    Building a digital culture through enhanced capabilities link to professions and career pathways. Look the practicalities of bringing new capabilities into the organisation and building a holistic approach to raisin skills, knowledge and behaviours across the piece

    3:05

    Dionne Lowndes (Confirmed)

    Head of Digital at Staffordshire County Council

    “Smart People, Smart Working and Smart Living”

    Transition into a vision where our frontline workers are focused on delivering place based outcomes for our citizens using digital and community first.

    The primary skill of a modern digital leader is about creating the right conditions for change not just about technology programmes.

    Building a sustainable and inclusive Smart Staffordshire for the future.

    3:25

    Emma Stace (Confirmed)

    Director of Education at Department for Education

    “Why transformation is not a programme”

    Sharing personal reflections on her 10 years of leading digital service transformations, and how to set yourself up for success.

    3:45

    Close of Day

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Date:
November 1
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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£152.99 – £305.99
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Etc.Venues. Prospero House
241 Borough High St
London,SE1 1GA
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020 7105 6010
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