CGBT

Central Government Business & Technology

9 May 2017

Victoria Park Plaza

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Brexit should not impact disaggregation

4th May 2017

By Dave Aspindle, Head of Public Sector, Littlefish The recent reports [http://diginomica.com/2017/04/11/government-outsourcing-contracts-set-automatic-extension-brexit/] that Brexit will lead to government organisations rolling-over on existing IT contracts and […]


How can the Public Sector save on Oracle and SAP Support Bills?

2nd May 2017

By Mark Smith, CEO of Support Revolution When former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, set out the Government’s spending plans in November 2015, it […]


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DELEGATE FEEDBACK

“Really good. I enjoyed hearing about the strategic drive for digital for our customers and also our staff. I also enjoyed listening to a couple of different government sectors talking about their experiences and journey to digital.” DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE, Change Manager.

“A very useful conference and well managed event. Thank you.” LEGAL AID AGENCY, Senior Thematic investigator.

“Great insight into what is possible in govt depts- hopefully one day the MoD will join the digital revolution.” AIR CMD, Cmd Print Manager.

“Thank you for allowing me a VIP delegate pass – it was very useful and much appreciated.” LEGAL AID AGENCY, Fraud Risk & Thematic Officer.

“Polite and friendly staff.” LAND REGISTRY, Solution Manager.

“Great event and very useful insight into government transformation using GDS.” VODAFONE, Principal Business Development Manager.

“A lot of very informative and diverse material packed into one day. Very impressive.” DEFRA, Product Owner.

“I found the day extremely useful, it makes it possible to meet in a good and positive environment where you can have a less formal conversation that can actually unblock problems.” DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT, Head of Digital Transformation.

SPONSOR FEEDBACK

“Your organisation is transparent; everything works and happens without much noise. This is very good.” BLACKBERRY, Vice President of Security.

“We’ve seen people from senior executives, we’ve seen buyers, we’ve seen risk managers. We’ve seen a very diverse selection of individuals here.” SKYSCAPE CLOUD SERVICES, Head of Compliance, IA & Operations.

“Very impressed about the audience and attendance, I like the way it’s laid out, not too many exhibitors and we’ve had quite a bit of footfall across our stand which is always good to see. It is a really good opportunity to get our brand out in the marketplace.” CENTERPRISE INTERNATIONAL, Systems Integrator Business Manager.

“It’s been good to have more of a strategic discussion with some of the C-level delegates and then more of a technical discussion with those that are more hands-on with the equipment.” AEROHIVE NETWORKS, Sales Manager.

“The professionalism of the event staff has been very good, the communication beforehand has been excellent and on the day it’s been second to none. Very, very impressed.” CENTERPRISE INTERNATIONAL, Account Manager.

SPEAKER FEEDBACK

“The networking has been useful, really good, interesting talks. I’ve had lots of people come and talk to me with interesting exchanges of information. I found it useful and hopefully they have as well.” PAUL BRADLEY, CABINET OFFICE, Green ICT Unit Leader.

“I really enjoyed Liam’s (Maxwell) keynote, there were some things in that that I learned for the first time which is always useful. I loved presenting here and I loved the conversation afterwards. It was great.” PAUL SHETLER, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE, Chief Digital Officer.

“I can see from the breadth of people that have come along and the social media discussions aswell, this event has clearly created a lot of buzz.” OLIVER MORLEY, DRIVER & VEHICLE LICENSING AGENCY, Chief Executive Officer.

“What has been really interesting about this event for me, were the speakers moving through setting out real policy goals right through to delivering high-level digital missions, talking about the practicalities for delivering this for government.” KELVYN HIPPERSON, HM REVENUE & CUSTOMS, Head of Infrastructure Services.

“What you see here is a real passion about trying to do the best with topics like technology and data. A real interest and many hands going up when we were talking about open data; this event has shown that the excitement is spreading.” PAUL MALTBY, CABINET OFFICE, Director of Open Data & Government Innovation.

“Great opportunity to talk to people here, I’m a huge advocate of using social media too, to talk to people and make new contacts and also seeing what vendors are doing is good. I also particularly enjoyed the talk on Green ICT.” DANIEL RICHES, DEPARTMENT FOR WORK & PENSIONS, Business Strategist for Digital & Social Media.

“This is a business and technology conference and it has very much delivered on that, a lot of discussion on business models, technology and data, those three evolving together and how we make sense of web-enabled government. It has been very stimulating as a result.” DR MARK THOMPSON, CAMBRIDGE JUDGE BUSINESS SCHOOL, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems.