It’s critically important to us that civil servants have the best tools to do their jobs. It is equally important that our technology is based around user needs. We know this isn’t the case now, as demonstrated by comments from civil servants to Sir Bob Kerslake's blog in January. So we have organised the inaugural Technology Workshop taking place on Friday 25th April. It’s an opportunity to contribute ideas to help improve government technology.
The Departmental Technology Leaders who will be hosting this workshop include:
- Denise Mcdonagh, Home Office. @kdmcdonagh
- James Findlay, Dept of Transports. @GoAgileGov
- Ian Sayer, Ministry of Justice
Date: Friday 25th April, 2014
Time: 10am-12 noon
Where: Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, London SW1H 9AJ.
(Nearest Tube: St. James Park; nearest Train Station: Victoria).
Please note, this is the first of potentially several workshops which will be held around the country depending on demand. If you are unable to attend this one, you may be able attend one at a later date.
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