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The chair will take this opportunity to open the conference, welcome delegates and introduce speakers for the day.

  • Collectively responding to the needs of exiting the European Union
  • Completing the positioning of GDS in the UK Government
  • Providing the tools to enable governmental departments to transform their operating and business models
  • Engaging with the SME market post-Brexit for flexible contracts and more bespoke services

Sponsored By :

  • Investing £400,000 on hosted Identity and Access Management (IAM) technology
  • Deploying Cloud Technology to support the IAM technology which will be offered via a SaaS model
  • Installing and managing IAM in a secure, scalable, and easily deployable way to provide a seamless experience for users

  • Delivering IT platforms that accelerate internal operations and modernise business models.
  • Expanding service delivery through a variety of channels and exploring more flexible ways of working
  • Rolling out IT projects and platforms to provide operational support for enterprise level infrastructure and multiple line of business IT services

  • Moving towards Data-driven Decision Making, Data-Driven Services, Data-Driven Operations
  • Adopting Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to transfer data in real time, allowing Defra to expand their predictive analytics capability
  • Replacing legacy contracts to refine the organisation’s operating model and establishing common governance guidelines to ensure working as a single team
  • Continuing to expanding digital channels and applications to accelerate business transformation

  • Investing in an organisational restructure to bring IT opportunities in-house and recruit innovative IT professionals
  • Initiating the migration process from a legacy system to a new platform

  • Exploring novel approaches to service design for cleaner, more cost effective ICT
  • Understanding the service hosting market and how best to scale your systems
  • Simplifying mobile and web to ensure optimal citizen engagement and low intensity administration

  • Managing integration and employing solutions to ensure true interoperability of your ICT capabilities
  • Discovering smart technologies to improve automation and instigate business change

  • Facilitating a service that allows policy teams to incorporate data in their decision making due to openly available data from multiple sources
  • Creating a data-driven and evidence based infrastructure that allows civil servants to compare across policy areas and assess trends and changes in more details
  • Acting on the Government’s commitment to make better use of data

  • Adopting appropriate levels of security and avoiding the risk of penalties
  • The impact of the Data Protection Bill on public bodies and changes in liability: Impact on the supply chain
  • Conducting a Data Protection Impact Assessment on privacy and information security. New requirements on accountability and citizen’s rights.
  • Data breach notification regulations and changes in liability will have a profound impact on the supply chain
  • Auditing existing supplier arrangements and updating procurement contracts to reflect the GDPR’s data processor obligations

  • Establishing a regional framework in order to facilitate data operability and harmonization
  • Creating smart front-foot governance to tackle data disruption and enhance analytics and monetization
  • Understanding the complexities and scale of big city data along a socioeconomic and technological trajectory