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Digitalising Government

A talk by Mark Gray, Keith Dargie, Kwesi Afful and David Wilde
Crown Prosecution Service, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, The Scottish Government, NHS England and GovX Digital

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This session walks us through one of the trickiest challenges facing government: transforming not just the way your own organisations works - but delivering digital transformation across an industry as a whole, working through independent third parties.

How do you go about coordinating digital technologies, skills and tools to transform public services and put the user first? What constraints do equity and inclusion place on the digitalisation of service delivery?

This fascinating panel brings together perspectives from sibling government departments north and south of the border - Crown Office and Crown Prosecution Service - as they talk about supporting the transformation of the wider legal sector, alongside that of NHSX and its experience of connecting and digitising cross-sectoral systems.

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Mark Gray

Award-winning IT leader, ranked by CIO Magazine among the most influential CIOs in Whitehall.

Keith Dargie

Overseeing agency - and sector - transformation across the Scottish justice system.

Kwesi Afful

Kwesi is focused on digital health programmes from an integrated system perspective, reducing the digital divide and digital literacy

David Wilde

A 30-year public sector veteran, having held leadership in all tiers of government and the NHS.

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