In March 2011, the Government published its ICT Strategy which aimed to embed more efficient and effective use of ICT across government. Just over one year after the Strategy’s publication, this event examined progress being made, debated the priorities for the future and discussed the Institute’s new assessment of ICT in government.
The event panel included:
Andy Nelson, the Government’s CIO and CIO in the Ministry of Justice, leader of the implementation of the government’s 2011 ICT strategy as well as a major programme of ICT-enabled change in his department. Andy outlined his plans as he drives the implementation of the ICT strategy and wider improvements in government ICT.
The Institute for Government has assessed the ICT Strategy’s implementation, with the aim of supporting its effective delivery. Sir Ian Magee, former Head of Profession for Operational Delivery for the Civil Service and now IfG Senior Fellow, and Tom Gash, our Programme Director, presented the findings of the Institute’s research and reflected on how the strategy can be implemented effectively.
These panellists were joined by leading public and private sector CIOs who reflected on how to embed more effective use of ICT in large organisations.
We would like to thank the Tata Consultancy Services for supporting this event.
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