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- The launch of the Government Technology Innovation Strategy sets out how government will prepare to use emerging technologies to build better public services.
- The GovTech Catalyst has funded 15 competitions helping find innovative solutions to public sector problems, often using cutting-edge technologies.
- GDS are leaders of the government’s Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Function and provide support and structure for digital transformation across government
- DDaT’s 2030 Vision is government in 2030 will be joined up, trusted and responsive to user needs. To achieve this, GDS is focusing on 5 areas: security, legacy IT, identity, data and user experience.
- Where to begin when your legacy technology is an obstacle to your digital ambitions and the great things that happen when you stop thinking of cloud as a data centre
- Delivering flexible services and platforms to create an environment where emerging technologies can be used and integrated at scale
- You’re not just changing your technology – you’re changing the entire way you think about, procure, deploy, manage, secure and support your environment
- Why Hybrid is a predicament not a strategy – eliminating technical debt and dealing with legacy systems before they become urgent issues
- Ensuring you can iterate and evolve your new technology environment in the future to meet the changing needs of your organisation
- Framework agreements to facilitate the purchase of tech hardware, software and associated services
- Cloud services; understanding how the framework for cloud services is progressing alongside customer requirements and market developments
- Smart ways for the public sector to access the newest technology and innovation in the marketplace
- Creating a dialogue between buyers and suppliers to ensure that the best IT solutions are meeting service needs
- Technologies impacting Digital Government
- How to get started with Automation & Artificial Intelligence
- What the Next Generation Network should look like
- The unique Danish public-sector digital transformation journey to world no. 1 – how can the UK benefit from lessons learned?
- Failure is no longer an option in GovTech projects in Denmark – how is this achieved?
- Developing in-house IT skills and real IT ownership in the public-sector
- Encouraging greater collaboration across government departments to create a unified IT system
- Sharing the relevant data and reducing the duplicity of systems to create ease and efficiency
- Delivering a seamless experience for the public sector workforce in order to improve user experience
- Deliberating the findings of the recent NAO report on the challenges in using data across government
- Understanding the need for: a clear strategy and leadership, a coherent infrastructure for managing data, and broader enablers to safeguard and support the better use of data
- Improving local government services through data to inform IT tools and gain greater insights into user needs
- Developing the National Data Strategy – unlocking the power of data across government in a way that is secure and trustworthy