This event, run by the Department for Communities and Local Government Local Digital Programme, aims to identify the key data-sharing needs and priorities of local authorities, and determine the most important steps that could be taken to ensure better outcomes for public service users through appropriate data-sharing.
About the event
The event targets key influencers in local government data-sharing, including Heads of Transformation, Chief Information Officers and Heads of Service, in addition to representatives of central government organisations central to the data-sharing debate. It will:
- highlight how data-sharing within and between public sector organisations can improve outcomes for public service users. It will focus in particular on smart cities and troubled families
- showcase successes in data-sharing and creative ways to avoid sharing sensitive data
- highlight public sector initiatives driving safer and improved data-sharing for public service delivery
- identify the audience’s priorities in advancing the data-sharing agenda
- identify key concerns about and blockers to better data-sharing
- identify steps that could be taken to ensure better outcomes for public service users through appropriate data-sharing.
- Department for Communities and Local Government
- Cabinet Office – Data-Sharing Team
- Department for Business Innovation and Skills
- Centre of Excellence for Information-Sharing
- Public Sector Transformation Network
- British Standards Institute
- Local eGovernment Standards Body
- Law Commission
- Information Commissioner’s Office
- Connected Digital Economies Catapult
- Go Science
- More to be announced soon
This is event is for senior local government employees only. Other places are reserved for specially invited representatives of other organisations. If you did not receive an invitation but would like to, please contact us outlining your interest.