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Digital Transformation in the Public Sector Week #techUKDigitalPS

This week 27 June - 1 July the Central Government Programme is running its Digital Transformation in the Public Sector Week and we will be exploring the technologies that can be deployed to support digital transformation in the public sector.

A different theme has been assigned to each day and we will be publishing blogs from both SMEs and large companies on their visions for the effective digital transformation of the public sector and the emerging technologies and innovations that will make it work. With the recent launch of the DDaT Playbook, we will also be exploring the cross-cutting priorities outlined in the Playbook such as remediating Legacy IT and levelling the playing field for SMEs, and the importance of collaboration between Government and Industry to create a digital government and increase efficiencies.

This is an opportunity for our members and stakeholders to look in-depth at the vital, innovative role they can play, and what the next leap in digital transformation in the public sector might look like.

Take a look at all the guest blogs and insights from members and stakeholders below:

The themes for the week are as follows:

Catalysts for change – What emerging technologies will be most important in accelerating digital transformation in the public sector?

Pegasystems Limited: Delivery Challenged

Pegasystems: Catalysts for Change

Gaist: Data-driven innovation

 

Levelling the playing field for SMEs – Highlighting the innovative nature of SMEs and the benefits of working with them

Slalom - Intelligent Resident Connection

PDMS: The E factor!

 

Collaboration – The importance of collaboration between Government and Industry

 

How procurement can foster innovation – Getting the basics right when it comes to procurement and how this can facilitate and support innovation

 

Cross-cutting priorities – Looking at the priorities outlined in the Playbook such as Legacy IT and how these can be addressed to increase Government efficiency

 

On Tuesday 5 April, techUK was delighted to host the Cabinet Office and industry representatives for the launch event for the UK Government’s Digital, Data and Technology Sourcing Playbook which was published on 28 March 2022. The DDaT Sourcing Playbook sets out guidance – in one place – as to how digital projects and programmes are assessed, procured and delivered in central government departments, arms-length bodies and the wider public sector. Through the application of what is commercial best practice, the Playbook addresses 11 key policies and six cross-cutting priorities that will ensure government gets things right from the start when it comes to procurement.

You can watch the recording of the launch event in full here:

DDaT Playbook Launch Event


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Building the Smarter State | 29 September | Book now

 

The eighth edition of our flagship public services conference, Building the Smarter State, will take place at The Royal Society on Thursday 29 September. 

Speakers and delegates will explore how we better utilise data and emerging technologies to meet societal challenges of net-zero and upskill the workforce to sustain and deliver digital services that meet the needs of citizens.