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  • Launching the Government Technology Innovation Strategy – providing the framework for departments to make plans for digital, data and technology transformation;
  • Laying the foundations for innovative procurement and assisting departments with funding experimentation;
  • Understanding how to tackle legacy technology, update standards and guidance, and access and sharing useful data
  • Discussing the future and professionalisation of the IT role – the need to assign new roles to support digital transformation and emerging technology
  • Bridging the gap between digital transformation and cultural shift – building skills and ideals among the workforce

  • Creating a dialogue between buyers and suppliers to ensure that the best IT solutions are meeting service needs – seeing the spend of £152,704,059 on G-Cloud and £346,024,481 on the Digital Marketplace in 2018.
  • Transitioning from G-Cloud 10 to G-Cloud 11; understanding how the framework for cloud hosting, software, and support is progressing alongside the latest IT developments
  • Providing a smarter way for the public sector to access the newest technology through Spark – a new technology innovation marketplace
  • Launching a pan-government collaborative framework agreement of up to £6.5 billion to facilitate the purchase of tech hardware, software and associated services

  • 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