A new round of challenges and opportunities in the public sector’s digital transformation will come under the spotlight at a UKA Live discussion later this month.
Staged in association with Nutanix, it will take place on 18 June to address the priority issues facing many public authorities as they look to the prospects of post-pandemic transformation.
Among the issues on the agenda are what will be the future balance between home and office working, how can organisations address the need for sustainability, the responses to budget constraints and how should the changing nature of cyber threats influence their thinking.
Taking part in the debate will be Dylan Roberts, CDIO of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Bobby Mulheir, assistant director of customer experience, digital and ICT at Bracknell Forest Borough Council, Geoff Connell, director of IMT and CDO of Norfolk County Council, Ian Bell, chief executive of Police Digital Service and Andrew Puddephatt, director UK public sector at Nutanix.
They will be sharing insights and responding to questions and comments from the livestream audience, contributing to a stronger understanding of the outlook for the next phase of digital transformation in the public sector.
The discussion will take place at 11.00-12.00 on Friday 18 June. You can register to view live and contribute to the debate from here.
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