Central Government Strategy Forum
06/12/2016 until 07/12/2016
- 2 days
- The Beaumont Estate, Burfield Road, Old Windsor, Berkshire SL4 2JJ
Civica is delighted to sponsor this year's key central government event - the Central Government Strategy Forum.
The Public Sector as a whole and Central Government departments in particular are facing some of the most challenging times to date in reaction to the cuts made as a result of the recession. Central Government Officers must deliver leadership and innovative new ideas to sustain their organisations - ranging from supporting economic recovery to ensuring Local and National service provisions are met whilst empowering public servants to deliver quality and distinction.
Taking place in the Beaumont Estate from the 6th - 7th December 2016, delegates will hear from keynote speakers including Chris Townsend (Chief Executive BDUK, Department for Culture Media & Sport), Derek Hobbs (Head of Digital Services Division, Department for Work & Pensions), David Prout (Director General High Speed 2 Group, Department for Transport), Nic Cary (Head of Digital Transformation, Department for Work & Pensions), Julian Harris (Head of Innovation, Department for Work & Pensions), Helen Goodman (MP, Treasury Committee), Zara Farrar (Head of GDS Womens Group, Government Digital Service) and Adrian Tucker (Chief Technology Officer, Department for Education).
Civica a leading partner for customers across national, regional and local government, health & care, education and public safety, together with commercial organisations in highly regulated sectors. In central government, the Civica Group provides secure systems, web-based applications and specialist resources to enable departments and agencies to plan, build and manage digital services - enabling them to work securely and efficiently with employees, citizens and partners.
To learn more about the 2 day conference visit www.centralgovstrategyforum.com
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