Callum Knowles - RNETSO a tale of two cities

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Transform Digital Conference 08-05-2014
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  • 1. A Tale of Two Cities The Council as an Enabler
  • 2. The Tale • A Tale of Two Cities one with Funding and One Without. • Both secure wireless concessions • One realises free wifi hotspots in community centres and other does not without the intervention of public funding • One realises a wider wifi presence in the City without funding the other remains focused on high footfall and will rely on funding to extend
  • 3. The Moral of This Tale Through Your Assets WiFi Enablement and MORE can be achieved without funding and can focus on your local vision and aspirations
  • 4. Council Assets • ‘Not about pure monetisation should be about the wider Digital Vision’ • ‘Not just about WiFi and Wireless’ • What Assets – Not Just Street Furniture
  • 5. The Opportunity for Local Authorities • Council’s have a Defined Vision – What outcomes do you want to achieve • Be Aware of what assets you own • Focus on a wider Economic Development and Community Engagement Agenda • Engage with and Listen to the Market
  • 6. Future Market • Changing Market - Are Wireless Concessions Coming to an End? • Evolving Concessions • Impact of the Social Value Act • Leverage through other Procurements (cctv/WAN & LAN) • Smart City Strategies
  • 7. Procurement Opportunities • Concessionary Approach • • Leverage through other Council Procurements • Leverage through existing contracts • Application of the Social Value Act