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How Big Data can improve Public Services
Tue 16 May 2017, 18:30 – 20:30 BST
At 2020 Delivery, we are committed to improving public services and delivering lasting change for service users and taxpayers. As part of our strategy for this year, we are beginning to host a series of events called our Public Impact Network. These events bring together decision makers and influencers across Public Services to discuss emerging trends and international best practice.
On Tuesday 16th May 2017, we are hosting ‘How Big Data can improve Public Services’. This will be an informal discussion hosted by Antonio Weiss and including Richard Grove from Caution your Blast, a leading digital consultancy. The event will bring examples of how Big Data has been applied in UK transport, UK healthcare and discuss international best practice. This event is only open to public service policy-makers and professionals.
About the event
Date: Tuesday 16th May 2017
Location: 2020 Delivery, 7th Floor, Dean Bradley House, 52 Horseferry Road, SW1P 2AF
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm, including informal networking.
Refreshments will be available.
Maximum of 2 tickets per order.
About the speakers
Antonio leads 2020 Delivery’s digital practice. He has supported the Government Digital Service in the development of the cross-government vision of ‘government as a platform’, and a number of other UK public service agencies in their digital transformation plans, covering the fields of driving services, licensing and grant funding. Antonio writes on a number of business and political issues, and his work has been featured across several media, including the Financial Times, the Guardian, and BBC Radio 4. He is also a Corporation Board member of Harrow College, and is an elected Councillor in the London Borough of Harrow.
Richard is a leading expert in digital strategy and digital transformation, having been a key part of some of the largest successful digital programmes in the UK. This includes key roles for the London 2012 Olympics, the University of London & the Government Digital Service. His recent achievements include working for London Borough of Hackney on the Olympics package, achieving cost savings of £1+ million, 3 months ahead of schedule to deliver digital services during London 2012. Richard has also successfully run an £8 million profit making arm of the 2nd largest education institution in the UK, as Chief Digital Officer at University of London, building and delivering digital services across higher education. He has also led digital work in Central Government, having delivered a £325 million cross government business case (Cabinet Office, BEIS, DfE) as a blueprint for digital platforms. He then successfully delivered the ‘discovery’ phase of the programme.
Please register for the event using the form on this page, and contact Antonio Weiss on email@example.com if you have any questions.
We look forward to seeing you there!