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The Future of Government ICT Summit and Exhibition
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The Future of Government ICT Summit and Exhibition

 Export to Your Calendar 29/01/2016
When: Friday 29th January 2016
9am – 5pm
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AJ Bell Stadium
1 Stadium Way
Manchester, Greater Manchester  M30 7WH
United Kingdom
Presenter: University of Salford

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The Data Centre Alliance have been given complimentary entry tickets by the organisers for the Future of Government ICT Summit and Exhibition. As tickets are limited I urge members that are interested in attending to register as soon as possible by completing the following form on the ‘register’ button at the bottom of the page.   


The Future of Government ICT Summit and Exhibition

ICT plays a crucial role in reducing public expenditure, saving civil servants time, and helping to improve the government’s green credentials. The Government Digital Service (GDS), established in 2011, is overseeing the implementation of initiatives, such as the Public Services Network and the G-Cloud, which are saving the government time and money. GDS is also responsible for bringing previously wayward government ICT projects, such as Universal Credit, back on track. Meanwhile, government strategies such as the End User Device , the push to ensure interoperability of ICT systems across government, and the Green ICT agenda is increasing public sector efficiency further, while reducing the government’s carbon footprint.

Join us at The Future of Government ICT Summit and Exhibition where we will discuss the current state of the government’s wide ranging ICT agenda and the challenges and barriers the government faces to save time, money, and improve the environment through improved government ICT.


Confirmed Speakers Include


  • Glyn Peach – Head of Information Technology, Swindon Borough Council
  • Paul Brewer – Director for Digital and Resources, Adur and Worthing Council
  • James Stewart – Director of Technical Architecture, UK Government Digital Service                       


  Objectives for the event include but are not limited to:  

  • An overview of the development of Government ICT strategies
  • Insight into the workings of GDS and its potential for further growth
  • Knowledge of the progression of G-Cloud and the impact of the ‘Cloud First’ policy
  • Appreciation of the scale and scope of the PSN initiative
  • Knowledge of the development and implementation of the ‘User Device Strategy’
  • An understanding of the carbon savings made from the Greening ICT agenda



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