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Smart Data for Government Conference

23 September, 2014 - 24 September, 2014, London, United Kingdom

DATA

You’re talking about it, you’re using it and its everywhere -  But how are you making it work for you?

The Digital transformation is under way and data sets are ever increasing. The migration from paper to data will put Data sets of all sizes at your fingertips. How will you use it effectively?

On the 23rd and 24th of September in London at Smart Data for Government , put yourself in control and get your Data strategy ready to implement:

  • Hear how Government Departments in the US rose to the challenge of Obama’s 2012 Big Data initiative.
  • Understand the issues around collection, storage, analysis and visualisation and ensure you make a confident step next step into intelligently using your data.
  • Share your successes and best practice with colleagues and learn about their requirements, projects and plans to drive data for efficiency.

After a £73 million investment by the UK government this year in Big Data development and initiatives you shouldn’t be hoping that how you utilise your data will fade into the background with the next ‘big thing’.

Positively  transform yourself into a department which embraces data and book your place on Smart Data for Government 2014 now.


Smart Data for Government 2014 will explore:

  • The challenges around initial data collection, data sharing and standardising data formats
  • How to implement effective data management for successful analytics and the creation of information
  • The next step: gaining maximum value from data through successful action and business intelligence


Five Reasons to Attend the Smart Data for Government event

Not sure if the Smart Data for Government event is for you? Here are five reasons this is a conference you won't want to miss!

  1. Interactive and high energy learning environments
    Smart data’s unique peer-to-peer discussion formats, roundtables, and structured networking breaks ensure that you are not only able to participate in discussions, but ask questions, raise issues and take the lead in conversations to ensure you get insight and ideas to resolve the data challenges confronting you on a daily basis or in the future.
    By encouraging practitioners to share their challenges and identify solutions together, delegates get to learn and benchmark against an entire room of their peers. Get ready for high energy problem, solving, debates and interaction!
  2. Breadth of coverage
    Smart Data will ensure data and technical professionals are equipped to deal with the challenges, decisions and opportunities on a local, national and regional scale. With sessions ranging from collecting the right data, to technology innovationand real-time analytics, there is no other conference in Europe which is able to bring together solely government and industry to debate and inspire best practise in smart data.
  3. End user led programme
    The Smart Data for Government event is the forum for public sector, government and industry professionals to share practical, tested, innovative advice with their peers. Speakers are practitioners themselves and leaders in their field.
  4. Unparalleled structured networking opportunities
    Smart Data fro Government prides itself on providing original ways of bringing people together. Innovative formats such as the “business card challenge” and “speed networking” are designed to help you break the ice, meet new people, and get as much out of the conference experience as you can. The extensive focus on peer-to-peer discussions offer you ways to expand your network and get the insider’s scoop on what really works when it comes to intellectual property challenges and demands.
  5. The best Data education in the shortest time
    You are able to condense weeks of learning, networking and planning into just two days by attending the Smart Data for Government Sonference. With over twelve sessions, hours of networking, and post-show access to presentations, you are able to achieve your smart data update, networking and development goals all in one place!

 

"The return on our investment in time and money for the shows like this one proves to us why we have continued to participate. these smaller more intimate venues have resulted in leads with substance and higher future business potential"
VP Sales, SEKAI

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Venue to be confirmed
London, UK

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Speakers

  • James Heydari, Smart Programme Manager and Lead Technologist, The Technology Strategy Board
  • Jonathan Mitchener, Lead Technologist (Information and Communication Technology), The Technology Strategy
  • Dr. Tom Smith, Managing Director, Oxford Consultants for Social Integration
  • Lieutenant Colonel Mike Servaes, Information Security Branch, British Army
  • Tatiana Senkova, Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, IAO
  • Graham Smith, Deputy Commissioner and Director of Freedom of Information, Information Commissioner’s Office
  • Dr Sally Howes, Executive Leader Digital and Innovation, The National Audit Office
  • Adrian Slatcher, Senior Digital Development Officer, Manchester Digital Development Agency
  • Emma Doyle, Head of Open Data and Transparency, Patients and Information Directorate, NHS England
  • Mark Clark, Pan London Strand, Protecting Vulnerable People (PVP) & London MASH, Metropolitan Police
  • Stéphane Grumbach, Senior Scientist Inria, Adjunct director IXXI Complex Systems Institute, Lyon, France
  • Suzanne Littlehales, Strategic Analytical Unit Manager, Nottinghamshire County Council
  • Gary Hutson, Senior Performance Analyst, Nottinghamshire Police
  • Simon Howes, Information Manager, Nottinghamshire County Council

Chairman
  • Kim Andreasson, Advisor to the United Nations, DAKA Advisory

Keynote Presentations
  • Andrew Stott, UK Transparency Board, & former UK Gov Director of Transparency & Digital
  • Richard Sargeant, Director of Performance & Delivery, Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office
  • Jeni Tennison, Technical Director, Open Data Institute

Workshop Leaders
  • Eddie Copeland, Head of Technology Policy, Policy Exchange

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23 September, 2014
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