During London Tech Week, techUK will be running a series of conversations with leading UK tech leaders. We will be talking about the role key digital technologies can play in realising the UK’s post Covid recovery plans and help support organisations across the UK build back better.
As part of techUK’s LTW series of discussion this panel session will explore the technologies and reforms that will drive the next stage in public sector transformation.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to significant disruption for public services delivery. As well as the clear impact on frontline service providers, it also led to shifting the majority of the enourmous public sector workforce to remote working, led to programmes being spun up at great pace, and others being paused or revised. Alongside the tech requirements that had to be met the response to pandemic also brought some changes in how Government engages with its supplier base. Our panellists will discuss the next wave of technologies that will transform the delivery of public services, will reflect on the lessons learend from the crisis, and explore the role of tech in making sure the public sector emerges from this crisis stronger and fitter than ever.
Henry Rex, Head of Public Sector, techUK
Tim Crofts, Pulic Sector Vice President, Leidos
Leighton James, Chief Technology Officer, UKCloud
Naureen Khan, Chief of Staff, Health and Public Service, Accenture
this is part of techUK's tech talk series. Please reach out to laura.foster@techUK.org if you have any questions!