by Jeffrey Peel
Jeffrey Peel – Conference Chairman. An overview of the conference and market backgrounder based on research conducted by Quadriga Consulting.
by Ben Page
Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos MORI - the leading market and social research firm - will set the scene for the day, outlining how pervasive mobility and social networking are changing the nature of the 'contract' between citizen and government.
A discussion about new communications channels and the challenge of managing ‘traditional’ communications channels and social channels.
Steve Moore is Chief Executive of the Big Society Network - which exists to support and develop talent, innovation and enterprise to deliver social impact. He will outline the changing nature of citizen communications and how technology is helping to deliver the Big Society.
Live streamed interviews will be conducted with delegates and speakers during the coffee break.
A discussion on what role government should have in terms of 'managing' the Internet and citizen data. The discussion will explore to what extent citizens should have access to government data - and how they might start exercising control.
Citizens doing it for themselves. How should government prepare for a proliferation of channels and the app revolution? Is data the route to the Big Society?
Overview of central government Open Data and Transparency progess to data and forward looking strategy (further to release of Right to Data White Paper a few weeks prior to the conference).
Buffet lunch for delegates. During lunch we'll be holding a mini live streamed mini-summit chaired by the Gov 2.0 Radio team.
by David Moody
David Moody discusses the the challenges brought about by the "Digital Citizen".
A discussion on how pervasive connectivity is changing all the rules of digital engagement.
by Bruce Rogers
This presentation will look at the international dimensions - how other societies are facing up to the 'experience revolution' in terms of government service provision and cloud computing.
Is incremental change enough or is something radical needed to re-engage government with an always-connected society?
28th June 2012