UKAuthority Innovation & Data4Good 2021
Effective and innovative use of data powered the public sector’s covid response and evidenced the power of data for the public good
The public sector has relied heavily on its use of data in its pandemic response
New rules on sharing information across health unleashed vital information about the pandemic’s progression, identification of new treatments and innovation, and has underpinned the support of our most vulnerable.
Now that this power has been seen, what can we do next? What is the potential within data for unlocking public service improvement and innovation – for improving peoples’ lives?
This event is free to attend for the public sector and is CPD accredited.
Please register using your public sector email. Please note that registrations from personal email addresses may be rejected.
Speakers and agenda
11:00 to 12:30 – Wednesday, 13th October
Bethan Charnley, Head of Data Strategy Implementation, DCMS
Bill Mitchell, Director of Policy, BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT
Dionne Lowndes, Chief Digital & Technology Officer, London Borough of Southwark
Freddie Saunders, Data & Power Platform Specialist – Public Sector, Hitachi Solutions
11:00 to 12:30 – Thursday, 14th October
Graham Spearing, Data Alliance Product Lead, NHS Digital
Harvey Blenkarne, Public Sector Lead, Precisely and Suffolk County Council
Martin James, Senior Account Director, Precisely
Dawn Monaghan, Head of Information Governance policy, NHSX
11:00 to 12:30 – Friday, 15th October
Dr Arthur Turrell, Deputy Director, ONS Data Science Campus
Maddy Griffiths, Senior Policy Officer – Innovation Hub, ICO
Dr Tom Lawton, Head of Clinical AI & Consultant Critical Care, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Salman Klar, Insight and Analytics Manager, Richmond and Wandsworth councils
Contact Helen Olsen Bedford if you are interested in speaker or sponsorship opportunities: email@example.com
For a flavour of this virtual event visit last year’s Data4Good 2020