techUK Insights RSS Feed - http://www.techuk.org techUK RSS feed for insights content. en Copyright (C) 2015 techUK.org http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/13429-making-the-most-out-of-dos-3 Making the most out of DOS 3 http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/13429-making-the-most-out-of-dos-3 Tue, 03 Jul 2018 12:05:05 +0100 CRM Sync noreply@techuk.org techUK to partner with CCS, Advice Cloud and DXW to deliver a session on the DOS 3 framework <p>techUK will be partnering with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), procurement consultancy Advice Cloud and government specialist dxw to deliver a session on making the most out of the upcoming Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 (DOS 3) framework.</p> <p>This session will provide suppliers with insight into:</p> <p>- How you can work with Public Sector buyers to supply these services to Government and the whole of the public sector</p> <p>- How to be more successful in selling through DOS 3</p> <p>Digital Outcomes and Specialists is a dynamic style framework with the specific aim of helping the public sector buy, design, build and deliver digital outcomes using an agile approach. So far there has been over &pound;333m sold on DOS. The third iteration of the framework is scheduled to open in July.</p> <p><strong>Speakers:</strong>&nbsp;</p> <p>Niall Quinn &ndash; Procurement Director &ndash; Technology, Crown Commercial Services</p> <p>Chris Farthing &ndash; MD at procurement consultancy Advice Cloud</p> <p>Harry Metcalfe &ndash; Founder of government specialists company dxw</p> <p><strong>Agenda:</strong></p> <p>10:00-10:05&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Introduction, Rob Driver, techUK</p> <p>10.05 &ndash;10:20&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Outcomes and Specialists 3 update &ndash; CCS</p> <p>10:20&ndash; 10:40&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Understanding the DOS framework &ndash; Advice Cloud</p> <p>10:40-11:30&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tendering for DOS opportunities &ndash; dxw</p> <p>11:50-12:00&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Questions</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><span lang="EN-US">If you are not a techUK member and would like to attend this session please contact <a href="mailto:ellie.huckle@techuk.org">ellie.huckle@techuk.org</a></span></strong></p>Contact: <a href="mailto:ellie.huckle@techuk.org">ellie.huckle@techuk.org</a> http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/13517-healthy-ageing-challenge-workshop Healthy Ageing Challenge Workshop http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/13517-healthy-ageing-challenge-workshop Thu, 19 Jul 2018 13:20:24 +0100 CRM Sync noreply@techuk.org Industry, councils, housing associations and NHS will come together to workshop through solutions. <p><strong>Overview</strong></p> <p>This is a joint event between techUK&rsquo;s Local Government, Internet of Things, and Health &amp; Social Care Programmes.</p> <p>In the Industrial Strategy the Government identified our Ageing Society as one of the 4 Grand Challenges; its mission is that people can enjoy at least 5 extra healthy, independent years of life by 2035, while narrowing the gap between the experience of the richest and poorest. This is integral given that the number of people over 75 in the UK will rise from one in 12 today, to one in every 7 by 2040.</p> <p>As part of its contribution Government has allocated &pound;98m for a &lsquo;<a href="https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-announces-300-million-for-landmark-ageing-society-grand-challenge">healthy ageing</a>&rsquo; innovation programme to drive the development of new products and services which will help people to live in their homes for longer, tackle loneliness, and increase independence and wellbeing.</p> <p>Digital technology is a major contributor to helping achieve these goals by allowing for greater monitoring and earlier diagnosis of health conditions as well as helping to energise behavioral change.</p> <p><strong>Format</strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>This event will bring together the tech sector with some of the organisations who are in the frontline of the challenges that our ageing society poses. They will be setting out the major challenges that they face and what type of solutions they would like to see. This will be done briefly in advance and in detail on the day so that attendees are aware of the topics which will be discussed.</p> <p>Attendees will split into three interactive groups who will tackle each challenge in turn before coming back together as a group to discuss potential solutions to these challenges.</p> <p>*<strong>Agenda and challenge statements to follow</strong>*</p> <p>This event is pen to techUK members and public sector. If you are public sector and would like to attend, please email <a href="mailto:ellie.huckle@techuk.org">ellie.huckle@techuk.org</a></p>Contact: <a href="mailto:kate.francis@techuk.org">kate.francis@techuk.org</a>Contact: <a href="mailto:georgina.maratheftis@techuk.org">georgina.maratheftis@techuk.org</a>Contact: <a href="mailto:Matthew.Evans@techUK.org">Matthew.Evans@techUK.org</a>Contact: <a href="mailto:kate.aziz.819@mod.uk">kate.aziz.819@mod.uk</a> http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/12120-uk-spf-cluster-2-licensing-for-innovation-rural-enterprise-access UK Spectrum Policy Forum - Cluster 2: PSSR Future Release http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/12120-uk-spf-cluster-2-licensing-for-innovation-rural-enterprise-access Wed, 17 Jan 2018 09:49:07 +0000 Sophie Weston(techUK) sophie.weston@techuk.org UK Spectrum Policy Forums Cluster 2 Meeting on PSSR Future Release <p><img src="images/assets/uk_spectrum_policy_forum5.jpg" alt="uk spectrum policy forum5" width="150" style="float: right;" />Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018<br />Time: 10:00 - 13:00 (registration from 09:30)<br />Venue: techUK, 10 St Bride Street, London, EC4A 4AD<br />Chair: Peter Curnow-Ford, CEO,&nbsp;Viatec Associates Ltd</p> <p>More information about the <a href="http://www.techuk.org/about/uk-spectrum-policy-forum" target="_blank">UK Spectrum Policy Forum</a> is available here.</p> <hr /> <p>Contact: <a href="mailto:julian.mcgougan@techuk.org">julian.mcgougan@techuk.org</a></p> <p>Contact: <a href="mailto:skye.macleod@techuk.org">skye.macleod@techuk.org</a></p> <p>Contact: <a href="mailto:sophie.weston@techuk.org">sophie.weston@techuk.org</a></p> http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/12912-snacks-sips-speed-networking-event Snacks & Sips: Speed Networking Event http://www.techuk.org/events/workshop/item/12912-snacks-sips-speed-networking-event Tue, 24 Apr 2018 14:54:07 +0100 CRM Sync noreply@techuk.org #SnacksSips offers tech companies large and small, from new players to established companies within the public sector tech market, the opportunity to network <p>#SnacksSips offers tech companies large and small, from new players to established companies within the public sector tech market, the opportunity to network, share ideas and identify future business partners.</p> <p>It is an opportunity for SMEs to pitch ideas to companies currently providing services to Government, and for large companies to expand the network of SMEs they work with to deliver services in the Public Sector.</p> <p><strong>Who Should Attend:</strong></p> <p>From SMEs: CEOs, Chief Technology Officers, Owners, Managing Directors and those responsible for market development and Public Sector.<br> For this event presentations will be given by SMEs working in the GovTech market, and from large companies with a track record of SME engagement in the Public Sector. Speakers and companies to be confirmed soon!</p> <p><strong>How it Works:</strong></p> <p><strong>Large Companies:</strong>&nbsp;Provide an overview of how you engage with SMEs and why SMEs are important to delivering services to the Public Sector</p> <p><strong>SMEs:</strong>&nbsp;Your opportunity to pitch! We suggest you cover who you are, your innovation/service/product and what you're looking for in working with larger companies. Remember, you only have 30 seconds!</p>Contact: <a href="mailto:rob.driver@techuk.org">rob.driver@techuk.org</a>