GovTech

GovTech is gaining momentum as it passes from an emergent state and is poised to go global. Its development has drawn comparisons to fintech, a sector which grew sixfold between 2011 and 2015. Both GovTech and FinTech benefit from large citizen demand, a permissive policy environment and ready access to tech skills & financial capital. The concept of small businesses bringing innovative solutions to public services, that once proven can move to scale is exciting both political and market interest.

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Automated testing across the breath of a project and its benefits: DfT renewable fuels reporting system case study; A talk by Venu Botla and Antony Cook, Triad Group

How OS data innovation is helping the public sector make more informed decisions and deliver better services; A talk by John Kimmance Managing Director, Ordnance Survey

Dealing with our legacy, how to balance continuity of service and transformation; A talk by Brigid McBride Programme Director, Digital Change, Ofsted

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