Building the Smarter State Campaign Week

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    The Building the Smarter State Campaign Week (03-07 September) will highlight how technology is transforming public services #techUKSmarterState

This week techUK is putting the spotlight on the technologies shaping the public services of today and tomorrow.

In conjunction with techUK’s flagship public sector conference - ‘Building the Smarter State’, this week’s Campaign Week will showcase through blogs, videos and case studies how organisations are preparing for change re-imagining public service delivery to ensure safety and security. We will also be identifying the technologies that are disrupting the sector; to allow the GovTech market to evolve through collaborative working and an environment that incubates innovation.

The Building the Smarter state conference, on the 6 September, will bring together hundreds of digital leaders from across the public and private sector, so they can exchange ideas to help re-think the public services of tomorrow. A lot will be discussed and shared on how we can create the right environment for the ‘the Smarter State’ vision to come true.

Make sure you join the conversation on Twitter (@techUK) using #techUKSmarterState.   

You can catch up on all this week’s material by clicking on the links below.

 

Monday 3 September - Emerging tech to deliver 21st century public services

- Guest blog: Building blocks for the Smarter State by Gary Todd, CEO Founder of Famiio

- Guest blog: Digital technology in court reform by Balaji AnbiI, Head of Digital Architecture and Cyber Security, HM Courts and Tribunals 

- Guest blog: How to use data to underpin ever-more-personalised healthcare by Softwire Managing Director Zoe Cunningham 

- Guest blog: The future of IOT is AI by Phil Brunkard – CIO, Regional Government & Health, BT

- Guest blog: What Local Gov should buy on G-Cloud 10 by Jos Creese, Strategic Adviser, Advice Cloud 

 

Tuesday 4 September - Connected Cities and Connected Citizens 

- Guest blog: Connecting the smart city to it's citizens by Gregor Kochendoerfer, Senior Engagement Manager at T-Systems

- Guest blog: Smart cities: local leaders are here, where’s central Government? by Jessica Russell, Programme manager for Transport and Smart Cities at techUK

- Guest blog: Open technology and data connects citizens and cities by Phil Brunkard – CIO, Regional Government & Health, BT 

- Guest blog: Building super-connected cities by Calum Handforth, Digital Infrastructure Programme Manager at Southwark Council

- Guest blog: The key to creating smart communities by Stu Higgins Head of Smart Cities and IoT at Cisco

- Guest blog: Guest Blog: Empower Citizens through Engaging with Citizens by Hannah Kraner at Orange Bus

- Guest blog: The Cities of the Future Powered by Cloud Computing by Sri Elaprolu, Senior Manager, Worldwide Public Sector IoT Practice at Amazon Web Services

- Guest blog: Why digital inclusion has to be at the heart of every place by Alex Cousins, business development director at Capita

- Guest blog: I'm only Human - designing public services for our needs by Niamh McKenna, Managing Director, Accenture Health

 

Wednesday 5 September - Managing change in public services

- Guest blog: Don’t fear the robots, but fear what you could be missing out on by Richard Porter solutions development director at Agilisys

- Guest blog: You can’t always get what you want - (and why you shouldn’t try) by Andrew Pavourd CEO, Apply 4 Technology & Director, FilmFixer Ltd 

- Guest blog: Built to last: A sustainable analytics approach by Accenture MD Chris Gray

- Guest blog: Is it time for the Public Sector to start experimenting? by Sean Luke CIO at BT 

- Guest blog: Customer-centric approach to public services by Mick Halliday Chief Digital Officer, Public Sector, at Capgemini UK

- Guest blog: Driving culture change for digital policing by DCS Paul Keasey, Programme Lead – National Digital Intelligence and Investigations NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio 

 

Thursday 6 September - The importance of ID, Security and trust 

- Guest blog: Don’t fear the robots, but fear what you could be missing out on by Richard Porter, solutions development director at Agilisys

- Guest blog: You can’t always get what you want - (and why you shouldn’t try) by Andrew Pavord , CEO, Apply 4 Technology & Director, FilmFixer Ltd

- Guest blog: Built to last: A sustainable analytics approach by Accenture MD Chris Gray

- Guest blog: Is it time for the Public Sector to start experimenting? by Sean Luke CIO at BT

- Guest blog: Customer-centric approach to public services by Mick Halliday Chief Digital Officer, Public Sector, at Capgemini UK

- Guest blog: Driving culture change for digital policing by DCS Paul Keasey, Programme Lead – National Digital Intelligence and Investigations NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio

- Guest blog: Data, security & trust in policing by Henry Rex, Programme Manager, Justice & Emergency Services - techUK

 

Friday 7 September - SME's and Partners working with the Public Sector 

- Guest blog: Diverse open collaboration drives innovation success by Phil Brunkard – CIO, Regional Government & Health at BT

- Guest blog: How secure cloud collaboration is enabling SKYNET 6 team by Luca Leone, Defence Business Development manager at Kahootz

- Guest blog: Understanding G-Cloud 10: Opportunities for SMEs by Andrew Mellish, Six Degrees

- Guest blog: Growing the Local GovTech Market by Georgina Maratheftis, Programme Manager - Local Government, techUK

  • Ellie Huckle

    Ellie Huckle

    Programme Assistant | Public Sector
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