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Join senior government tech leaders at the Public Sector Technology Symposium

Tech leaders from Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, London and more join Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s virtual forum on public sector technology.

Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s upcoming Public Sector Technology Symposium plays host to senior technology leaders from across UK government and healthcare as they discuss the technology topics shaping the future of public service delivery.

Public Sector Technology Symposium

Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s Public Sector Technology Symposium plays host to senior technology leaders from across UK government and healthcare

A stellar line-up of top IT and digital executives from the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Defence, UK Parliament, London and more is confirmed for the virtual event, which takes place on the 25th November 2021.

Supported by sponsors Manage Engine and Sophos, this must-attend event offers an unrivalled opportunity to hear the experience, expertise and vision of the technology leaders shaping the UK public sector.

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Discussion topics and confirmed speakers include:

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Putting AI and automation at the heart of public sector digital transformation

•  Julie Pierce, director of openness, data and digital, Food Standards Agency

• Charlie Boundy, head of data science, Department for Work & Pensions

Hyperscale government – Utilising cloud to transform public sector IT

• Tracey Jessup, chief digital & information officer, UK Parliament

Defending the Crown Jewels – Developing robust cyber defences for UK institutions

• Phil Jones, executive director, Defence Digital, Service Delivery and Operations, Ministry of Defence

• Romanus Prabhu Raymond, Global head of technical support, ManageEngine UEM

Public Sector Technology Symposium

Top row left to right: Julie Pierce, Food Standards Agency, Charlie Boundy, Department for Work & Pensions, Tracey Jessup, UK Parliament, Phil Jones, Ministry of Defence. Second row left to right: Romanus Prabhu Raymond, ManageEngine UEM, Gina Gill, Ministry of Justice, Rob Anderson, GlobalData Technology, Kevin Gibbs, Bracknell Forest Council.

The journey to central government’s digital transformation

• Gina Gill, chief digital and information officer, Ministry of Justice

• Rob Anderson, principal analyst, Central Government, GlobalData Technology

Local government digital transformation in 2022 and beyond

• Kevin Gibbs, executive director of delivery, Bracknell Forest Council

• Sam Hall, chief digital officer, Welsh Local Government Association

• Tariq Khan, chief digital and information officer, London Borough of Camden

• Theo Blackwell MBE, chief digital officer, London

In case of emergency – Responding to a cybersecurity incident

• Jonathan Lee, UK director of public sector and education sales/UK director of public sector relations, Sophos

• Adrian Boylan, head of IT, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


Top row left to right: Sam Hall, Welsh Local Government Association, Tariq Khan, London Borough of Camden, Theo Blackwell MBE, CDI London, Jonathan Lee, Sophos, Second row left to right: Adrian Boylan, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Tremaine Richard-Noel, Northampton General Hospita, Dave Williams, Transport for Wales.

Digitising healthcare and the next wave of transformation

• Tremaine Richard-Noel, head of emerging technology, Northampton General Hospital

The future of work in the UK public sector

• Dave Williams, IT and digital services director, Transport for Wales

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