Government Digital Transformation in a Post-COVID World

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Overview

As the UK slowly recovers from an unprecedented public health crisis, government departments have entered a challenging period of policy uncertainty combined with pressure to adapt to a changing working environment and greater citizen demand. This has undoubtedly thrown a spanner in the works of many transformation projects, but does it also present opportunities?

Between April and July 2020, Dods conducted research across central government in order to better understand current technology challenges, attitudes towards automation, and levels of awareness and use of Low-Code. In this webinar, we will discuss results of this research as well as significant questions that it addresses, including:

  • what are the biggest factors affecting digital transformation across government?
  • where do most organisations' priorities lie?
  • to what extent has COVID-19 affected digital transformation efforts?


Presenters

Presenter
Sam Trendall (chair)
Editor
PublicTechnology.net
Presenter
Richard Hammond
Head of UK Public Sector
Appian
Presenter
John O'Connell
Director of Business Intelligence
NHS South, Central and West
Presenter
Alex Fiddes
Programme Delivery Executive
DVSA