In London tomorrow? Join us to hear – for free – from some of government’s foremost digital leaders at PublicTechnology Live


One-day conference features presentations and interactive sessions including a panel of five perm secs, plus insights from DWP, Scottish Government, local councils and many more

We are just hours away from our annual conference – PublicTechnology Live, taking place in central London on 21 May.

The CPD-accredited event, which runs from 9am to 3.45pm, is completely free to attend for anyone employed in the public sector and provides an invaluable chance to talk – and listen – to our audience.

Our strongest-ever agenda includes an exclusive on-stage Q&A, where we will talk to the Department for Work and Pensions’ new chief technology officer, Helen Wylie, discussing her work transforming government’s largest department.

Elsewhere, our programme begins in the morning with a panel discussion bringing together five permanent secretaries – representing HMRC, Defra, DVLA, DSIT, and DfE – to talk about the opportunities and challenges of digital transformation at their organisation. This will give an unprecedented opportunity to put their questions to an array of government’s foremost leaders. The event also features the first public appearance from the Central Digital and Data Office’s newly appointed chief strategy office Gina Gill, who will be giving a keynote presentation providing an update on progress against government’s three-year digital and data roadmap.

Across the rest of the day, we have keynote presentations from technology leaders representing the likes of CDDO, DWP, Scottish Government, and major local authorities, as well as experts from academia, think tanks, and industry.

Attendees will have the chance to hear from and engage with speakers – and their colleagues as peers – on a wide range of issues, including digital strategies and the opportunities of AI, as well as challenges such as access to funding and data ethics. We will also provide all attendees with a day of food and drink – all on the house.

I am really looking forward to being part of the day and, hopefully, meeting as many of you as possible.

Please get in touch with me anytime with any questions about the event, or if there is anything we can do to make the day a better experience.

Whether you can join us next week or not, thanks so much for your support of PublicTechnology.

Sam Trendall, editor

Sam Trendall

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