Public Policy Exchange Show
The inaugural Public Policy Exchange Show, which takes place on January 31st and February 1st at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Central London, will discuss the challenges, technologies, and improved efficiencies in the UK public sector.
The two-day event will bring together participants from Central and Local Government, Healthcare, Policing & Crime, Technology, Transport, and Education sectors.
Launching the PPE Show to more than 1,000 high calibre attendees, this conference and exhibition will host speakers such as Dr. Roberta Blackman-Woods MP in the Education panel, Sir Christopher Chope MP in the Transportation panel, and Kathy Bourne, the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner in a panel on Policing and Crime. A full list of speakers can be found on the event website.
Discussions taking place at PPE include:
Overcoming challenges in funding, implementing innovative technologies and improving student experience in the education sector:
Roberta Blackman-Woods MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary University Group
Phil Beach, Chief for Vocational and Technical Qualifications, Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Bill Rammell, Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive, University of Bedfordshire
Healthcare technology solutions: Reducing costs, driving efficiency and meeting growing demands in health services:
Simon Dixon, Head of Digital Strategy and Service Design, Public Health England
Dr Richard Pratt, Founder of For My Doctor & Innovation Mentor, Royal College of General Practitioners
Dr Judith Champman, Head, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Fighting crime with smarter technology: Utilising technology to connect police forces and increase productivity:
Kathy Bourne, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner
Justine Currell, Bedfordshire Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner & Executive Director, Unseen
Data protection and achieving GDPR compliance inside government and local authorities:
Dave Parsons, Information Governance Manager, Cardiff Council
Improving planning, promoting collaboration and developing smart solutions in the transportation sector:
Sir Christopher Chope MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Highways
Barry Sheerman MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Transport Safety
Katharina Winbeck, Head of Transport, Environment, and Infrastructure, London Councils
Sue Percy, Chief Executive, Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN CENTRAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Exploring digital solutions to create more efficient public services:
Helen Wall, National Lead, Government Digital Service
Stephen Curtis, Director, Centre of Excellence for Information Sharing
Jane Kennedy, Head of Research and Data Hub, London Borough of Newham
Further information on the Public Policy Exchange Show can be found here.