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Excellence in Central Government

October 6 - October 7, 2021 • Wotton House Country Estate Hotel, Dorking, Surrey​

Excellence in Central Government

​The public sector is going through the biggest transformation in modern times. In the last couple of years we’ve seen departments merge, re brand and sometimes disappear completely, but that doesn't mean that the work they did just disappears.

In order to increase efficiency more departments are looking at hot desking and flexible working, with this comes risk associated with data and cybersecurity. So how do departments make data accessible whilst making is easy enough for people to gain access?

The relationship between central government and the private sector is also changing. The relationship is now more of a partnership as oppose to client-supplier due the fact that with the demand landscape constantly changing suppliers need to be flexible enough to adapt to the changing needs of the department they are supplying to. As well as having to manage their relationships with their suppliers differently, Central Government are also having to work with localised public sector organisations in a different way, whether it be an NHS Trust, Local Authority or Blue Light organisation.