techUK Insights RSS Feed - techUK RSS feed for insights content. en Copyright (C) 2015 Developing and Implementing the Gov's Cyber Skills Strategy Tue, 02 Oct 2018 15:04:14 +0100 CRM Sync The workshop will provide a forum for techUK members to feed in to DCMS' cyber skills strategy <p>In the <a href="">National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS),</a> published in 2016, the Government made a commitment to develop the cyber security profession in the UK. This included the development and implementation of a self-standing cyber skills strategy that builds on existing work to integrate cyber security into the education system.</p> <p>Since the Government published the NCSS in 2016, Government has developed and delivered a range of initiatives in order to achieve this strategic outcome. This activity includes, amongst others:</p> <p>-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Piloting local Cyber Schools Hubs models in Gloucestershire</p> <p>-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Launching and expanding CyberFirst Girls (as part of the wider range of CyberFirst challenges, courses and bursaries)</p> <p>-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Launching Cyber Discovery</p> <p>-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Piloting and expanding the Cyber Skills Immediate Impact Fund</p> <p>-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Investing over &pound;80m to support the delivery and expand the take-up of Computer Science at GCSE and A Level</p> <p>-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Developing policy proposals on the development of the cyber security profession and the branding of government skills initiatives</p> <p>Government recognises the need to now build on these outputs, bringing greater coherence and external understanding to the landscape of skills initiatives; setting out its vision for the development of cyber skills for the remainder of NCSS and beyond under a Cyber Security Skills Strategy.</p> <p>On Monday 22 October, techUK will be holding a workshop with the team at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) with responsibility for developing the Cyber Skills Strategy.&nbsp; The workshop will provide a forum for techUK members to feed in to the strategy and provide feedback to DCMS on their current proposals.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> techUK for Turkish Tech Tue, 25 Sep 2018 09:13:55 +0100 CRM Sync Turkish tech companies are invited to a joint event on opportunities in the UK and techUK support <p>techUK is pleased to invite Turkish technology companies to a joint event, organised by techUK &amp; Iron Arrow Consulting, which will highlight the opportunities for the Turkish tech community in the UK and showcase how techUK can help them accelerate their growth.</p> <p>The bilateral trade between Turkey and the UK is worth nearly &pound;16 billion and exceeds the trade between the UK and India.&nbsp; Some very high profile and sizeable deals have been recently signed such as the UK defence industrial base support for the TFX indigenous combat aircraft programme, which is valued at over &pound;100 million in the next 10 years.&nbsp; There are over 250,000 Turkish nationals living in the UK, with a large and growing cohort engaged in tech related industries. Ongoing initiatives such as the Newton Fund for research and science and the Bilateral Programme Fund have seen the UK and Turkish academia and industry collaborate more than ever, with &pound;8.6 million now committed to these initiatives.</p> <p>The Turkish tech community in the UK has moved on from individuals making their own way in the UK under the Ankara Agreement to high profile Turkish tech firms opening UK branch operations and, in some cases, even relocating their corporate HQ&rsquo;s to the UK.&nbsp; Developers, consultants, solutions architects, dev/ops engineers from Turkey are providing much needed and highly in demand skills to the UK tech sector whilst, at the same time, UK firms are offshoring complex IT projects to Turkish firms which are extremely capable and, with the current exchange rates, highly competitively priced in the market.&nbsp; &nbsp;</p> <p>Since March 2018, there has been substantial progress at an inter-governmental level to promote the post-Brexit trade agreement between the UK and Turkey. The UK's Department of International Trade and the Turkish Ministry of Commerce have met on several occasions to discuss how they could collaborate closer on technology sector.&nbsp;</p> <p>The opportunity now is for both the Turkish tech community and techUK to recognise this bilateral trade in technology. As the industry body for the UK, techUK membership represents the best way for the Turkish tech community to gain insight and connections into the opportunity in the UK, whilst, at the same time, for UK firms to better appreciate the latent capability and significant value that the Turkish tech community can add to their own businesses.</p> <p><strong>Agenda:</strong></p> <p><strong>14:30-14:45</strong>&nbsp;Arrivals and Registration</p> <p><strong>14:45-15:00</strong>&nbsp;Welcome Address by Julian David, CEO, techUK&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>15:00-15:15</strong>&nbsp;Welcome Address by S&uuml;leyman Be&#351;li, Senior Commercial Counsellor, Turkish Commercial Counsellor&rsquo;s Office at the Turkish Embassy</p> <p><strong>15:15-15:35&nbsp;</strong>An introduction to techUK programmes by Simon Spier, Head of International Trade, techUK</p> <p><strong>15:35-16:00&nbsp;</strong>Hear from techUK members: Panel with Beko and Vestel</p> <p><strong>16:00-16:15&nbsp;</strong>Chris Moore, Technology Specialist, UK Department for International Trade&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>16:15-16:30&nbsp;</strong>&ldquo;How to think outside the box: Insights for Turkish firms looking to grow in the UK&rdquo;, Iron Arrow Consulting</p> <p><strong>16:30- 17:30</strong>&nbsp;Networking</p> <p><strong>To register for the event, please <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="">click here</a></span>.&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong></p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> GP IT Futures Catalogue and Capability Assessment Webinar Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:22:22 +0100 CRM Sync GP IT Futures Catalogue and Capability Assessment Webinar <p>You are invited to join techUK and NHS Digital for a GPIT Futures Webinar</p> <p>This webinar will focus on capability assessment as part of the catalogue on-boarding and its relationship to the OJEU process, as a critical part of the bidding process for the GPIT Futures framework.</p> <p>You will be emailed the webinar dial in details shortly before the event.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> GP IT Futures Market Engagement Update No.3 Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:39:58 +0100 CRM Sync GP IT Futures Market Engagement Update No.3 <p>You are invited to join NHS Digital and techUK for a webinar.</p> <p>This webinar will provide a further Market Engagement Update; a round of what we&rsquo;ve introduced so far and what information is due to be released.</p> <p>You will be emailed the webinar joining instructions shortly before the event.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> HSS Framework Supplier Development Programme Thu, 27 Sep 2018 08:41:33 +0100 CRM Sync Invitation only Development Programme <p><strong>Please note: there are still tickets available for this event. Please enter your invitation code in the 'Special Price Code' box to the bottom&nbsp;right of the screen and ignore the text saying 'there are no tickets available'. There are only no tickets if you don't have an invitation code.</strong></p> <p>techUK and NHS England invite you to attend the Health Systems Support Framework (HSSF) Supplier Development Programme.</p> <p>This programme is aimed at those organisations, in particular Small Medium Enterprise (SME), looking to secure a place on the framework at the next HSSF refresh opportunity.</p> <p>techUK and NHS England are hosting an all-day event at techUK&rsquo;s offices, 10 St Bride Street, London EC4A 4AD, on Thursday 1 November 2018 where they will go through &lsquo;how to develop world class bidding capability&rsquo; followed by an afternoon focused on the wider health and social care landscape, population health management and lessons learnt from the initial HSSF bidding process and outcome.</p> <p>Please note this is an invitation only event but the afternoon programme content will be run via WebEx at a later date for all interested suppliers.</p> <p>The event is free to attend but places are limited. <strong>The deadline for registrations is COP 12&nbsp;October 2018.</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;Please note expenses are not payable to attendees. At this point we are limiting attendance to one attendee per supplier. Should interest exceed expectations we will consider rerunning the event.</p> <p><strong>Draft Agenda:</strong></p> <p>10:00-12:00: Developing World Class Bidding Capability</p> <p>12:00-13:00: Lunch and networking</p> <p>13:00- 13:45: Introduction to the HSS Framework, Population Health Management and the Health and Social Care Landscape</p> <p>13:45-14:30: Lessons learnt from first HSSF bidding round and evaluation process inc. SME focus</p> <p>14:30- 14:45: Refreshment break</p> <p>14:45-15:15: Q&amp;A (inc. answers to presubmitted questions)</p> <p>15:15-15:30: Wrap up and keeping engaged</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> Partners Against Crime: How Industry Can Work With ROCUs Thu, 02 Aug 2018 14:49:11 +0100 CRM Sync This briefing will focus on how industry and ROCUs can jointly tackle cyber-crime <p>There are ten ROCUs across England and Wales that have a range of specialist policing capabilities, including dedicated cyber security teams&nbsp;that works with businesses, organisations, and communities&nbsp;to help reduce cyber-crime incidents, responding to specific threats and providing support in the event of a cyber-crime incident.</p> <p>Building on techUK&rsquo;s &lsquo;Partners Against Crime&rsquo; report, this briefing will explore the relationship between the ROCUs and the cyber security industry and assess how the cyber security industry can better help the police tackle cyber-crime.&nbsp; The briefing will focus on the role of the ROCUs and the access that they have to the latest cyber threat intelligence in order to respond to rapidly changing threats.&nbsp;</p> <p>Speakers include:</p> <p>Simon Clifford, Director of Technology and Digital Transformation, OPCC Northamptonshire&nbsp;</p> <p>Detective Inspector Hinesh Mehta &ndash; Regional Cybercrime Manager for West Midlands ROCU</p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> Update on Government's Cyber Growth Initiatives Fri, 28 Sep 2018 09:52:35 +0100 CRM Sync This event will also include the launch of the Cyber Exchange Initiatives Map <p><span style="font-size:14px">The Government's National Cyber Security Strategy, published in 2016, includes a section dedicated to stimulating growth in the UK's cyber security sector, recognising that an innovative cyber security sector was a necessity for our digital economy. This has in turn resulted in the creation of a number of initiatives, such as the creation of two innovation centres, a series of bootcamps for cyber SMEs and an academic start up programme designed to help academics commercialise their ideas.</span></p> <p><span style="font-size:14px">As part of this growth agenda techUK, on behalf of the Cyber Growth Partnership, has managed and supported the Cyber Exchange.&nbsp; The Cyber Exchange is&nbsp;the go-to resource for UK cyber security companies to receive information on opportunities and partnerships across UK Government and academia.&nbsp; Over the past three years, it has become a focal point for cyber companies to connect, engage and collaborate with over 700 other registered cyber security organisations. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:14px">On November 5, techUK will be launching the newest feature of the Exchange; the Cyber Initiatives Map.&nbsp; The Cyber Initiatives Map, developed in partnership with the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), will be a central repository for all cyber security related opportunities and initiatives such as accelerators, incubators and venture capital funds, becoming the go-to resource for cyber companies wanting to find and access opportunities and initiatives in their region. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:14px">The launch event will include:</span></p> <ul><li><span style="font-size:14px">Presentations from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)on the progress of the government&rsquo;s cyber growth initiatives</span></li> <li><span style="font-size:14px">Updates on the London Office for Rapid Cyber Advancement (LORCA), Cyber 101 bootcamps and Academic Start-Up Initiative</span></li> <li><span style="font-size:14px">A presentation from a cyber initiative </span></li> </ul><p><span style="font-size:14px">Attendees at this event will also receive guidance on how best to utilise their membership of the Cyber Exchange.</span></p> <p><strong>If you are not registered for the techUK portal, but would like to attend this event, then please contact Talal Rajab using the contact details below</strong></p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> TICTeC Local: Where Civic Tech meets Local Government Fri, 12 Oct 2018 15:22:11 +0100 CRM Sync This event is organised by mySociety with the support from The Federation and FutureGov <p><strong>What is this conference about?</strong></p> <p><a href="">TICTeC Local</a> is a spinoff from mySociety&rsquo;s global The Impacts of Civic Technology Conference (TICTeC), which is now in its fifth successful year.</p> <p>TICTeC Local will narrow the lens, focusing on where and how civic technology connects with and impacts Local Government, rather than the international focus of global TICTeC events.</p> <p>TICTeC Local will examine what works and why, the challenges and ethical decisions involved in using civic tech and how these initiatives can be replicated by local authorities around the UK.</p> <p>Speakers include many local authorities and civic tech practitioners in the UK and further afield who are leading the way on using technology to improve civic participation, streamline citizen interaction with public bodies, and create efficiencies in civic budgets.</p> <p>If you work in or around the local authority or local public institution space, and have an interest in using digital tools, then do come and join us in Manchester.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Benefits for TechUK members</strong></p> <p>TechUK&rsquo;s partnership entitles delegates from its member organisations to attend the conference at a reduced rate of 50% normal price using the promotional code <strong>Private50</strong>. To register for the event: <a href=""></a></p> <p>To discuss partnering with mySociety as a sponsor of this conference, please contact <a href=""></a> for an obligation free discussion.</p> <p>For more information including agenda updates, see the TICTeC Local website:&nbsp;<a href=""></a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> Mainstreaming the National Cyber Security Strategy Wed, 17 Oct 2018 10:25:33 +0100 CRM Sync The National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS) and National Cyber Security Programme (NCSP) are now wel <p>Whilst they are delivering transformative change at pace and scale, the continuing evolution of the threat and the emergence of new technologies mean that the UK government will need to continue to adapt its approach beyond 2021.</p> <p>Cabinet Office is starting a stream of work to determine how to transition beyond the end of the NCSS/P and would like to engage with experts from industry and academia as well as across government. They&rsquo;re looking for fresh ideas and approaches relating to the following issues;</p> <ul><li>how to understand and react to the evolving threat;</li> <li>how to adapt to new technology trends;</li> <li>the role of industry, academia and wider society in cyber security;</li> <li>the role of government, where it should focus and what unique capabilities it can bring to the table and</li> <li>how government should approach cyber security (e.g. centrally managed or BAU within departments?).</li> </ul><p>To compliment this piece of work, we are running a workshop with Cabinet Office to give techUK members an opportunity to collect ideas and views on these issues and feed this back into government.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> Digital Dental Network Suppliers Forum with techUK Thu, 27 Sep 2018 13:43:05 +0100 CRM Sync We explore how dentistry can be part of an integrated healthcare system. <p>The Digital Dental Network Suppliers forum in collaboration with techUK is the first step as part of the Digital Dental Network launched in June 2018 . The aim to bring the profession , industry and NHS stakeholders together to discuss the future integration of dentistry in to the wider healthcare service.&nbsp;</p> <p>The forum will explore the art of the possible for NHS primary care dental suppliers to engage with the Digital Dental Strategy and provide input in to the digital dental roadmap, working with industry suppliers to discuss NHS standards, challenges and next steps. Full agenda to follow. This event is led by the NHS Englands Digital Development Directorate in-conjunction with NHS Digital and&nbsp; NHSBSA.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> Agile Warrior Unlocking The Urban Symposium Wed, 11 Jul 2018 14:45:29 +0100 CRM Sync Army HQ Concepts Team are holding a 3 day symposium entitled 'Unlocking the Urban' <p><strong>CALL FOR PAPERS:&nbsp;</strong>Army HQ Concepts Team are holding a 3 day symposium entitled 'Unlocking the Urban' with the aim of unlocking the challenges of urban operations for&nbsp;future forces.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Why?</strong>&nbsp;- the traditional Western military advantages of range, speed and firepower are largely negated by the complexity of the urban environment.</p> <p>Army HQ want you to contribute either by presenting and/or coming along. We need you - soldier, academic, industry or self-claimed expert - to provide us a possible key.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>What do you get?</strong>&nbsp;- an opportunity to influence senior Army decision makers and expose your solutions.</p> <ul><li>Date - 19-21 November 2018</li> <li>Location - RSA Larkhill, Wiltshire, UK.</li> <li>To contribute, email: <a href=""></a></li> <li>Please send your contributions no later than 3 September</li> </ul><p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The conference is structured using the well-known OODA-loop.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Day 1: Observe - What is the problem?</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <ul><li>Urban operations considered in a historic perspective</li> <li>Current urban operations and threats</li> <li>Future urban operations and threats</li> <li>Is the urban locked and why?</li> </ul><p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Day 2: Orientate -&nbsp;How can we unlock the urban?</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>For example by<strong>&nbsp;</strong>using:</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul><li>Training (infrastructure, philosophy, physical, psychological preparation)</li> <li>Equipment/technology (RAS, breaching, weapon effects</li> <li>Information (ISR, info manoeuvre, deception, pervasive SA)</li> <li>Organisation/doctrine. Do we already hold the key but do we need to use it differently?</li> </ul><p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Day 3: Decide: what are the most promising solutions now and in the future?</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul><li>Linking &lsquo;locking factors&rsquo; to proposed solutions.</li> <li>How can we combine X-DLOD solutions to design, build and/or generate a winning force?</li> <li>What can we do today?</li> <li>What can we do with minor investment in the funded force?</li> <li>What can we do with more time and money available?</li> </ul><p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The last step - Act - is of course up to our senior leadership.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> Information Superiority Forum 2* Info Cap Briefing Tue, 09 Oct 2018 10:11:56 +0100 CRM Sync Information Capability Briefing with Maj General Jon Cole <p><strong>1530-1600: Registrations</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>1600-1605: Welcome &amp; Overview &ndash; Fred Sugden (Head of Programme, Defence &ndash; techUK)</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>1605-1615: Introductions &ndash; Mike Garrod (Director Programmes &ndash; QinetiQ, Chair)</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>1615: Information Capability &amp; the British Army Briefing &ndash; General Jon Cole (Army CIO)</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>1645-1700: Open Q&amp;A &ndash; Chaired by Mike Garrod (Director Programmes &ndash; QinetiQ, Chair)</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>1700: Networking &amp; Drinks</strong></p>Contact: <a href=""></a> SNOMED CT Briefing and Workshop - Leeds Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:53:09 +0100 CRM Sync Invitation to join NHS Digital and techUK for SNOMED CT briefing <p>NHS Digital and techUK would like to invite you to discuss the lessons learned in transitioning General Practice to SNOMED CT and how these can be applied to mental health.</p> <p>The event will take place on Thursday 22 November 2018, 10:00am to 1:00pm in Leeds City Centre (venue to be confirmed).</p> <p>This event is a replication of one held at techUK in London on 21 September 2018, where valuable lessons learned from the primary care sector were shared. We would like as many of you as possible to have a chance to engage with us on this subject to help inform your future plans, which is why we have chosen to rerun a northern event.</p> <p><strong>Event Overview:</strong><br>By 1 April 2020 mental health and other systems must use SNOMED CT as their clinical terminology.</p> <p>The event will cover:</p> <ul><li>our experience on implementing SNOMED CT with the primary care sector</li> <li>an overview about SNOMED CT and dispel any myths around the standard</li> <li>what support trusts and suppliers can access</li> <li>an open discussion about current challenges to meet the standard</li> </ul><p>Before registering please check the event is relevant to your organisation and area of work.</p>Contact: <a href=""></a> ISS Defensive Cyber Operations Industry Day Mon, 15 Oct 2018 12:54:35 +0100 CRM Sync Register here for your ticket to attend the next ISS Industry Day. More information/agenda to follow <p><strong>Location: </strong>Cheltenham</p> <p><strong>Venue:</strong> TBC</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Depending on level of interest, we may limited attendance to two per company.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> Securing our roads - making smart roads safe roads Mon, 17 Sep 2018 10:04:03 +0100 CRM Sync Exploring cyber security challenges and opportunities in an increasingly connected road environment. <p>As we look to build increasingly connected road ecosystem, from cars to signs to the roads themselves, it is necessary to recognise the potential cyber threats, and how they may manifest in the road environment.</p> <p>With over 80% of passenger kilometres taken by car, van or taxi, and over 75% of goods moved by road, it is hard to deny that they are a lifeline for the nation. Given their strategic importance, the potential financial and human safety risks means that cyber threats require due consideration from the outset. Fulfilling smart objectives for the road ecosystem will not happen without adequate cyber security.</p> <p>This joint event between techUK&rsquo;s Cyber programme and the Transport work stream of the SmarterUK programme will unpack threats associated with key trends in the road environment, in particular relation to connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) and smart road infrastructure.</p> <p>The agenda for the day is as follows:</p> <p><strong>0900 - 0930:</strong> Registration</p> <p><strong>0930 - 1035:&nbsp;</strong>Session One: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles</p> <p><strong>1035 - 1100:&nbsp;</strong>Coffee Break</p> <p><strong>1100 - 1230:&nbsp;</strong>Session Two: Connected road infrastructure</p> <p><strong>1230 - 1240:&nbsp;</strong>Event wrap-up and&nbsp;</p> <p>We invite you to join us for lunch and networking following the event close.&nbsp;</p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> Queue for the Loo: female entrepreneurism in cyber Fri, 28 Sep 2018 09:45:36 +0100 CRM Sync Event supporting the Queue for the Loo Initiative <p style="margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; text-align:left">On Wednesday 19 September, techUK helped launch the Queue for the Loo initiative; a series of events and online resources aimed at women in the cyber security sector. The initiative, spearheaded by Sian John of Microsoft, will include quarterly networking events for female cyber professionals to network, exchange ideas and find mentors.</p> <p style="margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; text-align:left">According to a recent study, the proportion of women in the UK cyber security sector stands at just 8 per cent, one of the lowest proportions in the world, with men earning an average of 16 per cent more than women. This initiative looks to not only create a stronger network between women in cyber but also to encourage them to do more to get others to consider their options in this space</p> <p style="margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; text-align:left">The next Queue for the Loo event will take place on Wednesday 5 December, at Level39 in Canary Wharf (One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB) and will focus on entrepreneurism in the cyber security sector. Speakers will be confirmed shortly, and the event will be followed by a networking reception where we will be pairing mentors and mentees.</p> <p style="margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; text-align:left">If you are interested in getting more involved with the Queue for the Loo initiative, please follow us on twitter @q4theloo</p>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a>Contact: <a href=""></a> Future Gazing: Where Next for Local Government Tech in 2019? Thu, 18 Oct 2018 14:43:35 +0100 CRM Sync Join us to celebrate and showcase the exciting activities happening in local government <p>This event will be an opportunity to reflect on the past year in local government transformation &ndash; what have been the technologies re-defining service delivery, they key trends and looking to 2019 on what the emerging technologies are disrupting the sector, the panel will be making their predictions for 2018!</p> <p>Join us to celebrate and showcase the exciting activities happening in local government transformation that are transforming public service outcomes as well as discussing on how we accelerate this for 2019.</p> <p>*Agenda and speakers to follow*&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>You can also read the tech 2018 <a href="">predictions here.</a></strong></p>Contact: <a href=""></a>