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Transforming Government through Technology

Thank to all of our delegates, speakers and exhibitors for making the Government ICT Conference 2019 a huge success.

You can register your interest for next year's event by clicking the button below. We look forward to welcoming everyone in 2020.

Why Attend Government ICT?

For the past 15 years the Government ICT Conference has provided a unique arena in which to celebrate ambitious projects of modernisation.

The event will provide insight as to how local and central government can incorporate best-practice, to assist ambitious transformative strategies and implement the much-needed streamlining of services. 2019’s edition of the Government ICT Conference is essential for enabling the collaborative approach needed to provide cutting-edge services across government departments, agencies and associated industries.

The conference is free to attend for the public sector and registration is now open.

Topics will include:

The Opportunities and Pitfalls of Brexit
Cloud Utilisation
Modernising Procurement Frameworks
Real-world Application of Emerging Technologies
The Power of Partnerships
Automation in Government Systems

All of these topics will be covered at length in the agenda

2019 Speakers Included:

Harriet Green
Chief Digital Officer
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Confirmed)
Paul Maltby
Director and Chief Digital Officer
Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (Confirmed)
Chris Ferguson
Director for National, International & Research
Government Digital Service (Confirmed)
Pete Schofield
Director, IT Development, Test and Operations
HM Revenue & Customs (Confirmed)
Siobhan Coughlan
Programme Lead, Productivity and Cyber-Security
Local Government Association (Confirmed)
Simon McKinnon
Interim Chief Digital and Information Officer, DWP Digital
Department for Work and Pensions (Confirmed)
Yvonne Gallagher
Director of Value for Money, Digital
National Audit Office (Confirmed)
Helen Wall
National Lead
Government Digital Service (Confirmed)
Oscar Williams
News Editor
NS Tech (Confirmed)
Linda O’Halloran
Head of Local Digital Collaboration Unit
Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (Confirmed)
Alexander Holt
Head of CivTech®
Scottish Government (Confirmed)
Nadira Hussain
Director, Leadership Development
Society of Information Technology Management (Confirmed)
Andrew Boxall
Technology and Communications Manager
Shropshire Council (Confirmed)
Andy Powell
CTO
Eduserv (Confirmed)
Craig Menzies
UK Public Sector SE Manager
Nutanix (Confirmed)
Guy Kirkwood
Chief Evangelist
UiPath (Confirmed)
Peter Warren
Senior Director
Cradlepoint (Confirmed)

Testimonials

Overall an extremely well run and attended event with good opportunity for vendor interaction and networking.

Head of Digital & Customer Experience, Buckinghamshire County Council

A very worthwhile event with some excellent speakers and supplier presentations. A worthwhile day out of the office to feed into future planning and understand how others are achieving similar goals.

Head of Service Management, Staffordshire County Council

Very worthwhile event - informative speakers and wide range of organisations represented.

Information Manager, Newham Council

An excellent conference with interesting and relevant speakers, well attended and well organised.

Head of Business Development, Medway Council

The best conference of the year to hear from senior people in Government ICT what the latest strategic direction is.

Head of IT Assurance, Information Commissioner's Officer

An opportunity to meet suppliers who provide products and services relevant to digital transformation.

Development Manager, Forestry Commission

Good conference in an easily accessible venue. Excellent networking opportunities.

Digital and Technical Manager, Monmouthshire County Council

A very worthwhile day.

Deputy Director, Service Delivery, Ministry of Justice

Great conference really enjoyed it, informative, excellent seminars, and speakers - well worth the time and investment

CTO, City West Homes

One of my favourite events of the conference calendar. Good speakers / content to learn from and great networking. Lots of good exhibitors as well to keep me up to speed with what is going on in the sector.

Head of Digital Transformation, Public Health England

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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