More NewsGDS to showcase ‘best of digital’

GDS to showcase ‘best of digital’

Government Digital Service is organising an event on January 21st, 2013, called Sprint 13.

GDS to showcase ‘best of digital’ Sprint 13
Demonstrations of new digital services

Government Digital Service is organising an event on January 21st, 2013, called Sprint 13, where it will “show the best of digital from across government”. Speakers at the event will include Francis Maude – Minister for the Cabinet Office and Martha Lane Fox – UK Digital Champion, as well as non-government speakers such as representatives from BA and Amazon.

GDS hopes to attract all those who are involved in delivering the government’s ‘digital by default’ agenda, including digital leaders, policy makers and ministers.

Participants will be able to see demonstrations of new digital services and benefit from workshops on Identity, Agile, Open Data and Social Media.

 

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