Automated Intelligence are pleased to announce Bill McCluggage, Government advisor and former Executive Director of ICT Strategy & Policy at the Cabinet Office (2009-2012) as the latest speaker for the event – ‘One information plan for many masters’ on 14th October 2015 in Westminster.
Bill, a keen advocate of all things digital and cloud-based, is an experienced Government CIO and through his company Laganview Associates, is currently supporting the transformation of the public sector through the adoption of new technology and practices.
Bill will be speaking independently on how government organisations can drive public sector transformation using a triple helix strategy of technology, digital doctrine and Government as a Platform approach.
Bill comments on his involvement in the event:
“I am delighted to have been asked to speak at this event and hope to complement the already very topical and interesting agenda. In March 2011, some 4.5 years ago, the then Coalition Government published its ICT Strategy that set out how government ICT would enable the delivery of public services in very different ways to the past. This strategy has delivered significant change and the Government’s Digital Strategy published in November 2012, reinforced the direction of travel. The Government’s G-Cloud Framework is now in its 7th iteration with increasing uptake and many of the GDS’s exemplar projects have delivered real change. This presentation will discuss if the ambitions described in both strategies have been realised or, as some observers have recently suggested, has the next phase (Government as a Platform) been blown off course and, if so, what is needed to bring it back on track?”
The event, held in Carlton House Terrace, has had a great response already, with over 80 delegates from 36 government departments and agencies set to attend.
The event also has Susan Payne, Head of Information Management for The Home Office and Catherine Harding, Head of Information for the Department of Energy and Climate Change sharing how they are delivering their individual information strategies using technology from Microsoft and Automated Intelligence
In addition to these customer stories, Michael Wignall, National Technology Officer for Microsoft and Mark Godfrey, CEO for Automated Intelligence will be sharing their insight on the future of technology and the impact it has on UK Government