Collaboration is key to effectively running public sector services, but it can be complex and time-consuming. Service managers communicate with different departments, organisations, and citizens themselves. Virtual meetings (plenty of them),
Collaboration is key to effectively running public sector services, but it can be complex and time-consuming.
Service managers communicate with different departments, organisations, and citizens themselves. Virtual meetings (plenty of them), email and digital tools all contain different pieces of information. In some instances, information is written down in a notepad, or stays unread in someone’s email inbox, moving down the list as endless new emails appear.
And all of this assumes that the provided information is correct and can be trusted. Realistically, on purpose or by accident, people will provide information that is incomplete, out-of-date, and in some cases even tampered with.
This leaves local authorities at risk of fraud, and fraud doesn’t come cheap. Costs to resolve issues are expensive (think lengthy legal processes) and laborious.
Join us on 2nd June for an engaging roundtable in which we will discuss:
• The balance and importance of data governance, privacy, and reliable data sharing.
• Existing solutions that address the challenge of data sharing, and their respective advantages and disadvantages.
• The opportunity for new technology to combat (benefit) fraud.
This engaging event is aimed at senior decision makers, service managers and data specialists at local and regional government, and industry organisations that collaborate with the public sector.
The audience will gain with new insights, inspiration, and a better understanding of the future of data sharing for local and regional government organisations.
- Margaret Moore, Director of Citizen & Devolved Government Services, Sopra Steria
- Carol Peters, Cyber Security Architect, Renfrewshire Council
- Peter Ferry, CEO, SICCAR, and Honorary Consul of Estonia
- Faith la Grange, Director, Local & Regional Government, Microsoft
- Robert Clubb, Independent Consultant, previously Chief Security Officer at Improvement Service
(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm BST
SICCARTrusted Data Sharing Platform for cross-organisation collaboration