September 29th 2020

Agenda

Time

Session

09.30

Registration, exhibition & networking

10.00

Chair’s morning introduction

 

10.10

Morning keynote address: Local Government’s Digital Leap Forward

  • Outlining the progress of local gov. harnessing digital tools and tech
  • Challenges ahead
  • The LGA’s Digital agenda under the new government, into the new decade

 

10.30

Headline Sponsor

10:50

Digital Transformation: Innovating Better; Innovating Local

  • Local government is running out of time to future proof
  • Reinventing local government as a bridge between physical & digital services
  • Emphasizing affordable, flexible tech and digital tools
  • Navigating the risks of large investment fossilizing transformation

11.30

Refreshments & networking break

Choose from one of two Streams

Stream 1

Stream 2

12:00

Cementing Change Across the UK

Hear how across the UK leaders are forging centres of excellence in data, technology and digital.

A Connected Vision

Hear from a major trade body representative on the need to for future collaboration to improve connectivity; and

Successful collaboration between Local government, regulators, industry and civil society.

12:15

Breakout Session TBA

Breakout Session TBA

13:00

Lunch

13:30 - 13:50

Demozone Sponsor

14.00

Implement a Digital Strategy

Listen and consider the big strategic themes that any digital strategy should cover: Service design; workplace; inclusion; intelligence.

Build Capacity, Develop Re-Usable Tools, Support a Wiki-Style Community.

 

Fixing the Plumbing: Maximising Digital ROI

Looking at services from the perspective of the end user to maximise return-on-investment.

  • Demonstrating digital leadership.
  • ‘Fixing the plumbing’, breaking dependence on inflexible tech.

14:20

Workshop Session

Fortress Local: Security & Privacy in Digital Government 

Hear an experienced trouble-shooter discuss optimal ways to identify oversight and streamline responses.

Listen to a case study on how to protect systems and data from potential attacks 

Workshop Session

AI: The Local Government Liberator

How can we ensure that, while vibrant tech centres of the UK stand to benefit from such technologies, other communities are not left behind?

15.00

Refreshments & networking break

15:20

Closing keynote address: The Digital Green Mile

  • What steps can we take today to reduce the carbon footprint of our technology and use technology to reduce the organisation’s carbon footprint?
  • What can we do to accelerate this action into the future?

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

 

16:00

Close of day

Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice

Time 

Session

9.30

Registration, exhibition & networking

10:00

Chair’s morning introduction

10:10

Morning keynote address: Local Government’s Digital Leap Forward

  • Outlining the progress of local gov. harnessing digital tools and tech
  • Challenges ahead
  • The LGA’s Digital agenda under the new government, into the new decade

10:30 

Headline Sponsor

10:50

Digital Transformation: Innovating Better; Innovating Local

  • Local government is running out of time to future proof
  • Reinventing local government as a bridge between physical & digital services
  • Emphasizing affordable, flexible tech and digital tools
  • Navigating the risks of large investment fossilizing transformation

11.30

Refreshments & networking break

Stream 1

12:00

Cementing Change Across the UK

Hear how across the UK leaders are forging centres of excellence in data, technology and digital.

12:15

Breakout Session TBA

13:00

Lunch

13:30 - 13:50

Demozone Sponsor

14:00

Implement a Digital Strategy

Listen and consider the big strategic themes that any digital strategy should cover: Service design; workplace; inclusion; intelligence.

Build Capacity, Develop Re-Usable Tools, Support a Wiki-Style Community.

14:20

Workshop Session

Fortress Local: Security & Privacy in Digital Government 

Hear an experienced trouble-shooter discuss optimal ways to identify oversight and streamline responses.

Listen to a case study on how to protect systems and data from potential attacks 

15:00

Refreshments & networking break

15:20

Closing keynote address: The Digital Green Mile

  • What steps can we take today to reduce the carbon footprint of our technology and use technology to reduce the organisation’s carbon footprint?
  • What can we do to accelerate this action into the future?

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

16:00

Close of day

Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice

Time

Session

9.30

Registration, exhibition & networking

10.00

Chair’s morning introduction

10.10

Morning keynote address: Local Government’s Digital Leap Forward

  • Outlining the progress of local gov. harnessing digital tools and tech
  • Challenges ahead
  • The LGA’s Digital agenda under the new government, into the new decade

10.30

Headline Sponsor

10:50

Digital Transformation: Innovating Better; Innovating Local

  • Local government is running out of time to future proof
  • Reinventing local government as a bridge between physical & digital services
  • Emphasizing affordable, flexible tech and digital tools
  • Navigating the risks of large investment fossilizing transformation

11.30

Refreshments & networking break

Stream 2

12:00

A Connected Vision

Hear from a major trade body representative on the need to for future collaboration to improve connectivity; and

Successful collaboration between Local government, regulators, industry and civil society.

12:15

Breakout Session TBA

13:00

Lunch

13:30 - 13:50

Demozone Sponsor

14.00

Fixing the Plumbing: Maximising Digital ROI

Looking at services from the perspective of the end user to maximise return-on-investment.

  • Demonstrating digital leadership.
  • ‘Fixing the plumbing’, breaking dependence on inflexible tech.

14:20

Workshop Session

AI: The Local Government Liberator

How can we ensure that, while vibrant tech centres of the UK stand to benefit from such technologies, other communities are not left behind?

15.00

Refreshments & networking break

15:20

Closing keynote address: The Digital Green Mile

  • What steps can we take today to reduce the carbon footprint of our technology and use technology to reduce the organisation’s carbon footprint?
  • What can we do to accelerate this action into the future?

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

16:00

Close of day

Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice