PSEICT

Public Sector Enterprise ICT

26 November 2020

Victoria Park Plaza

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THE UK’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS PUBLIC SECTOR ICT
conference and exhibition for senior decision-makers across all functions of government

 

“We’ve had a number of good conversations with delegates in the public sector, so great success for us today.” RIMINI STREET, EMEA Business Development Manager.

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THE UK’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS PUBLIC SECTOR ICT CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION FOR SENIOR DECISION-MAKERS ACROSS ALL FUNCTIONS OF GOVERNMENT

Public sector employees across national, regional, local and devolved authorities, can be rightly regarded as operating within the most important, sensitive, dynamic and varied sector of a nation’s political economy. Without the proper functioning of the public sector, services are not delivered, government does not function and societal distress increases; such is our reliance on it.

Supporting technological innovation within the public sector is the responsibility of senior decision makers and influencers and tech solution providers who are mandated by societal needs and demands to identify existing shortfalls in service design, explore the disruptive technology which would resolve such shortcomings and ensure that delivery is not only unencumbered but improved.

For public sector leaders and tech solution providers, Whitehall Medias 11th PSEICT: GovTech 2020  Conference is the must attend event of the year as we bring together the leading thinkers, actors and organisations within the GovTech space in order to showcase the latest tools and techniques which are reconfiguring structures, reengineering processes and driving innovation.

 

“We’ve seen people from senior executives, we’ve seen buyers, we’ve seen risk managers. We’ve seen a very diverse selection of individuals here.” UKCLOUD Ltd, Head of Compliance, IA & Operations.

FEATURED TOPICS

  • Agile Working Practices / Effective Project Management
  • Back Office Shared Services
  • Big Data and Business Intelligence – leveraging insights to improve outcomes
  • Bridging the gap between policy development and service design
  • Building and deploying capabilities (skills, processes, technology)
  • Building Security and Resilience in Service Design
  • Change / Programme Management
  • Civil Service Reform Agenda (with a focus on efficiency, entrepreneurialism, innovative design and technology capability)
  • Cloud Deployment (Benefits & Challenges)
  • Commercial Skills and Behaviours
  • Common Technology Services and Standards across Government
  • Cyber Security / Information Security Frameworks
  • Data / Service Integration and Management
  • Delivering savings in ICT expenditure
  • Democratic and citizen engagement systems
  • Digital by Default / Government Digital Strategy
  • Digital Leadership / Skills
  • Digital Service Transformation
  • Disruptive Technologies (AI, machine learning, process automation) as transformational tools
  • Effective Redesign of Services, User-Centric Design
  • Embedding Entrepreneurialism in Government
  • Emergency Services Network Preparation
  • Enabling transparency around the provisioning of services
  • Encouraging competitive practices
  • End-user device strategy / Mobile Working Strategies
  • Facilitating the breakdown of departmental barriers/silos
  • Future-proofing IT spend
  • G-Cloud / Digital Marketplace
  • Government as a Platform (GaaP)
  • Greening Government ICT
  • HR Technologies, Training and Development
  • IaaS/PaaS/SaaS
  • ICT Procurement / Supply Chain Security
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Identity Assurance
  • Increasing Public Accountability and Transparency
  • Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Network Security
  • New Industrial Strategy
  • Open Data / Open Government / Open Standards
  • Open government systems, interoperability and integration services
  • Performance / Change / Asset Management
  • Procurement Innovation – Opening up Government for Business
  • Realising cost savings and unlocking efficiency
  • Secure Data Sharing
  • Shared Services
  • Smart Cities / Internet of Things
  • Smarter Procurement / SME Engagement
  • Strategic Workforce Planning
  • Strategy and Business Transformation Planning/Implementation
  • Technology Code of Practice
  • The Digital Transformation Strategy 2017-20
  • The impact of Brexit
  • Transforming from slow legacy IT to fast IT
  • User-centricity: research, engagement, experience, design
  • Using ICT to deliver and enable public sector innovation and reform
  • Working in partnership, new ways of working across government

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