Local Public Services Board: Vote for Your Favourite Candidates
Read the biographies and statements of the candidates and vote now!
Vote for Your Favorite Candidates
techUK’s newly established Local Public Services Board (LPSB) will consist of four large; four medium; and four small companies from techUK’s membership. The LPSB will drive techUK’s work programme for delivering better local public services. We opened the call for nominations last week and received a strong response from our members.
As we received more nominations than the four places available for the small and large company category we are now launching an election for those categories.
The members of techUK’s Local Government programme are encouraged to vote for their preferred companies.
You can place your vote here. Please read through the biographies and full statements below from each of the candidates before casting your vote.
It is one one vote per company, where more than one person has voted from a member company, we will notify you.
Good luck to everyone!
- Carlos Oliveira, CEO & Founder, Shaping Cloud
- Paul Tomlinson, Managing Director, IEG4 Limited
- Dominic Campbell, Director, Future Gov
- Alexandra Eavis, CIO and Director, Alcove Limited
- Mark Cridge, CEO, mySociety
- Ian Makgill, Managing Director, Spend Network
- Assad Tabet, Managing Director, General Dynamics IT
- Conor Gately, Sector Sales Manager Local Government & Higher Education, Xerox
- Brian Mitchell, Relationship Manager Digital & Broadband, Virgin
- Catherine Doyle, District Manager Health, Local and Regional Government, EMC
- Barbara Morhouse, Director, IDOX plc
- Sue Holloway, Director of Services Strategy, Northgate
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