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  • A transcript and audio of this event are available at http://www.policyexchange.org.uk/events/pastevents/item/the-future-of-digital-government-what-s-worked-what-s-not-what-s-next?category_id=37

    The UK has a reputation for being a world leader in Digital Government: using technology and data to deliver more and better with less. Key developments during the last parliament included the founding of the Government Digital Service (GDS); the creation of GOV.UK and the exemplar transactions (such as registering to vote and viewing a driving licence) and the Digital-by-Default standard.

    With a new government in place, this major public event provides an important opportunity to explore the priorities for digital government for the next five years with a panel of experts:

    Key questions for debate will include:

    How should the GDS model evolve over the coming parliament?
    What actually is Government as a Platform and what progress are we likely to see on it?
    What’s the role of the private sector in helping deliver digital government?
    Should digital public services follow the same trends as those in eCommerce?
    How do we spread the benefits of digital government to local authorities and other parts of the public sector?

    Featuring a keynote speech from Mike Bracken, this event will look back at progress over the last parliament and ask: what has worked well, what lessons can be learned, and – most importantly – what should happen next?

    Speakers

    Mike Bracken: Executive Director of Digital in the Cabinet Office, and head of the Government Digital Service

    Matt Warman: MP for Boston and Skegness; former Technology Editor at the Telegraph

    Chi Onwurah: MP for Newcastle Central and Shadow Cabinet Office Minister

    Laura Citron: Managing Director, WPP Government & Public Sector Practice, author of “me.gov: the future of digital government”

    Steven Cox: Executive Director Public Sector, Fujitsu UK&I

    Eddie Copeland: (Chair) Head of Technology Policy, Policy Exchange

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