Welcome to #techUKPS2030 Campaign Week
Join the discussions on the future of public services this week at @techUK and #techUKPS2030.
As part of techUK's commitment to promote the technologies that can change both the model of Government and the way citizens interact with services, this week we are exploring what the public services of 2030 will look like.
Throughout the week, we will be bringing you news, views and insights from the technology sector and the public sector to discuss how industry and Government can better engage with one-another. Throughout the week we will be exploring how technologies will transform the way that public services are delivered to citizens over the next decade and more, and what public sector organisations can do now to prepare for the change.
On 14 September, our techUK's flagship conference PS2030 will explore how the public services that citizens receive from Government will be revolutionised by the innovative technologies of the future through focusing on the art of the possible on a cross-sector and cross-industry level.
Why not join the debate and discussion about the future of public services at @techUK #techUKPS2030
>> Click here to find out more about our PS2030 Conference
Latest News from
Digital Infrastructure Plan Announced for Liverpool City Region17/01/2018 14:05:00
A specialist consortium has been appointed to deliver Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram’s pledge to make the city region the most digitally connected in the UK.
Open Banking – Opening Doors for Your Finances15/01/2018 13:43:00
Head of Financial Services and Payments, Ruth Milligan runs through the landmark legislation launching on 13 January.
“Partnership will be Pivotal” - Automotive Sector Deal Confirmed15/01/2018 11:25:00
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Greg Clark announced the First Automotive Sector Deal last week.
techUK responds to HMG’s 25 year environment plan15/01/2018 08:05:00
Susanne Baker, Head of Programme for Environment and Compliance, comments on the new plan for the UK’s environment.