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Transform Stage 2024

This new addition to Innovation 2024 allowed you to learn from public and private sector experts to learn of the most innovative solutions to government issues.

Tuesday 19 March

All times quoted are Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

09:00-11:00

Main conference event content and exhibition will be taking place. Please do see our main-stage agenda here.

11:00-12:00

UK government showcase: Joining up across digital and data

This session will bring together digital and data experts to share case studies and best practice in how collaboration happens across the full systems to deliver better services for users. 

Speakers

Mohit Motwani, i.AI, Cabinet Office and 10 Downing Street, United Kingdom
Mark Salmon, Home Office, United Kingdom
Angus Montgomery, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom

Moderator

Sam Lawler, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom

13:30-14:30

UK government showcase: Connected Data

In the UK, the CDDO digital and data roadmap recognises that better use of data can drive better decisions, better services and better outcomes for citizens. One of the key challenges facing public services is how to get the right data when the fuller and richer picture involves connecting data from multiple sources. In this session members of the Government Digital and Data profession will discuss the challenges they face, and the success and value they have found, in connecting datasets to deliver better outcomes for all.

Speakers

Caroline Kempner, Department for Education, United Kingdom
Nisha DeSilva, Ministry of Justice, United Kingdom
Sam Selmon, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, United Kingdom
Daniel James, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom

Moderator

Thomas Beautyman, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom

15:00-16:00

UK government showcase: Digital and Data Strategy – Preparing for post-2025

Transforming for a digital future: government’s 2022 to 25 roadmap for digital and data will be coming to an end in 2025. This session will reflect on the successes and challenges of the current roadmap as well as explore what is next for digital and data within government through an interactive session led by CDDO.

Speakers:

Natasha Taiwo-Edomi, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom
Alice Coombes Huntley, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom
Will Joss, Central Digital and Data Office, United Kingdom

16:00-18:30

Main conference event content and exhibition will be taking place. Please do see our main-stage agenda here.