December Sees Compelling Digital Government Conference For The UK Public Sector

THINK Digital Partners’ upcoming December conference, THINK Digital Government has announced an intriguing, fresh agenda that seems to be asking real questions about the post-Brexit UK

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While these titles could all be torn from literally today’s political headlines, they are not in fact the musings of the commentariat desperately trying to make sense of the UK’s radically changed global position post 23 June.

Instead, these intriguing titles refer to some of the rich content delegates can expect at the upcoming flagship THINK event, Think Digital Government 2016, where Think Digital Partners and Kable are collaborating to get to the heart of the matter – what are the implications for the UK public sector ICT market of Brexit, G-Cloud and our evolving digital public services.

Scheduled for Tuesday, 13 December 2016, the event – taking place at London’s Business Design Centre in Islington – is a full day (9.25-16.25) has been set to bring together public sector ICT practitioners to learn, share and network.

Drawing as Think Digital Government 2016 is on the strong THINK legacy of highly focused e-government and digital public services conferences, December looks like the strongest one yet.

Great insight – with no ‘PR filter’

“We’re really excited about Think Digital Government 2016,” said Think Digital Partners Director, Matt Stanley.

“With our partners at highly-regarded independent IT analysts Kable, we have created an agenda that addresses the important issues concerning public sector cloud and digital technologies.

“Delegates will benefit from great analyst insight, hear in depth about future plans regarding the government frameworks – plus learn from the examples of best practice case studies delivered, with no PR ‘filter’, on the day.”

The event has now opened for registration, with places FREE for public sector professionals – so it makes sense to secure a place in Islington now, so you can be sure you will get a front-row seat to see what these experts think the best IT and digital gov way forward is, post Brexit. Go here to find out more details on the day and on the registration process.