An important area of conversation within government has been the question of upgrading legacy systems of replacing them for future functionality. According to the Centre for Digital Government within the USA, one third of major IT systems in government have become outdated and are in need of replacement. However, doing so means government departments will need to understand the different components their original systems speak to, which can be a challenging task.
Dominic Campbell, Chief Digital Officer of Homes England, will deliver an interactive workshop, discussing the different systems your government departments use, and how you can future proof these systems for an integrated digital service platform.
In this workshop, you will get the opportunity to discuss the following:
- Utilising the right technologies to allow effective and secure digital platforms
- Understanding how an individual information system is linked to another when upgrading or replacing
- Working with different departments and stakeholders to make new initiatives as simple as possible
Conference Day One: Wednesday, 31 July 2019
Sunday, July 21st, 2019
- How do you work effectively with internal stakeholders across multiple departments?
- Removing silos through clear communication strategies
- Working with different government departments to implement holistic government strategies
Conference Day Two: Thursday, 1 August 2019
Thursday, August 1st, 2019
Homes England are in the midst of undergoing a fundamental shift in operating model and with it are putting digital at the heart of its new approach to accelerating home building across England. Dominic Campbell, Chief Digital Officer for the agency, will present on the work taking place to not only upgrade Homes England’s old legacy systems but also its emergence as a truly digital age government organisation, a marketplace for home builders. By building in house capability and partnering with the best transformation specialists, their digital transformation mission includes revamping systems that manage land and funding, as well as publishing housing data better.
- Learn about large scale organisational transformation to implement this into government departments
- Providing better experiences for citizens and businesses in the housing sector through improving technology services
- The role of data in helping to accelerate the housing market