Core speaking at Government ICT 2-0

Core to host a workshop session at Government ICT 2.0​

The public sector must keep apace with modern, user-oriented models of operating in order to address changes in public expectation. Government and businesses are increasingly evolving practices and re-imagining infrastructures in light of cloud-based technologies and unprecedented access to data.

Bold service and organisational redesigns must be balanced with a commitment to public trust, efficiency and service quality. In this climate, Government ICT 2.0 draws together those leading​ this change to share their successes and discuss the challenges ahead.​

Technology and digital innovations are transforming the public sector; meaning better standards of working for staff, better citizen-driven platforms and better opportunities for business. However, considerable steps still need to be made towards ensuring that we are utilising technology in the most efficient and resilient of ways. Government ICT 2.0 will explore these innovative changes as a whole and divide into three in-depth streams:

  • Cloud Computing
  • Data driven Government
  • Privacy, Security and Information Assurance​

Further information will be added in the coming weeks, so please check for updates.

Michael McDaid
Joyce Harmon

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