Central Government Council

The Central Government Council brings together leaders from across the tech industry and delivers an ambitious programme of activity between techUK and central Government.


Aims


The Central Government Council (CGC) aims to:

• Ensure techUK delivers a vibrant engagement programme with central Government departments

• Promote better engagement between the tech sector and Government to support civil servants earlier in the procurement process

• Provide leadership and support on techUK’s campaigns and projects to reform public sector procurement

• Promote and evangelise the transformative role tech can play in public services

 

CGC Chair & Vice-Chairs

 

CGC Members

  • Aingaran Pillai, CEO & Founder, Zaizi
  • Mike Hunter, Managing Director, K2 Consulting Partner
  • Seth Finegan, UK CEO, Informed Solutions
  • Simon Hansford, CEO, UKCloud
  • Tim Hearn, UK Government and Public Sector Director, VMware
  • Helen James, Director Business Development Information Services, Boeing Defence
  • Mark Hall, Public Sector Director, Redcentric
  • Richard Potts, VP Central Government, IBM
  • Debbie Green, Senior Sales Director, Oracle
  • John Newton, Head of Strategy, Fujitsu
  • Louise Watkins, Central Government Director, Microsoft
  • Debbie Johnson, Senior Manager, Central & Strategic Public Sector, DellEMC

For more information about the CGC please contact Rob Driver.

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