The New Statesman and Tech Monitor's Public Sector Technology Symposium 2023 will address the most significant digital challenges and opportunities facing the UK public sector today.
Covid-19 accelerated the rate of digital adoption across the public sector. From the technical development work behind the furlough scheme, to data analytics tools to predict demand on the NHS, innovation underpinned the pandemic response.
Despite such rapid progress, a new wave of acute challenges have emerged: soaring inflation, the bleak state of public finances and fresh cyber security fears sparked by Russia’s war in Ukraine. These factors have created a landscape of competing priorities, forcing digital leaders to balance responding to immediate pressures while also maintaining the day-to-day services that citizens rely on.
Featuring ministers, senior civil servants and government technology leaders, the programme will focus on how public sector organisations can continue to harness the benefits of cutting-edge technologies as the UK emerges from the pandemic.
Through an editorially crafted programme of presentations and interactive discussions, the conference aims to provide attendees with practical insights and solutions designed to help them lead, innovate, collaborate and invest in a more digitally resilient and progressive UK public sector.
- Standard Conference Pass - Free*
**This event is free-to-attend for IT practitioners operating in the UK public sector. Your registration will be subject to approval. Private sector vendors who register to attend the conference will be contacted by our sales team to explore sponsorship options**