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Helen Olsen, Managing Editor, UKAuthority and DCLG Local Digital Campaign, gave this presentation at our Really Useful Day for Suppliers, 29 November 2013, in London. ...

Helen Olsen, Managing Editor, UKAuthority and DCLG Local Digital Campaign, gave this presentation at our Really Useful Day for Suppliers, 29 November 2013, in London.

The presentation was about the Local Digital campaign.

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  • The survey of 200 individuals was carried out in July 2013 with responses representing 34.6% of English councils. <br />

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  • 1. Local Digital Today Helen Olsen Managing Editor, UKAuthority & DCLG Local Digital Campaign helen@ukauthority.co.uk
  • 2. Survey of 200 individuals carried out July 2013 with responses representing 34.6% of English councils. Savings Yes: 60.4% No: 39.6% Average savings (above £1,000) = £1,470,071
  • 3. Digital will…. LGov Suppliers 91.0% (100%) deliver better for less 89.9% (90.0%) 84.3% (90.9%) for citizens 84.2% (100%) councils Help my organisation to Facilitate service transformation Make the customer journey better Help citizens to interact with ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ….. 49.4% 49.1% 37.6% (40.9%) (68.2%) (36.3%) Give equal access to all citizens Improve accountability to the public Help to regenerate our local
  • 4. Digital success depends on…. LGov Suppliers 92.7% (100%) Digital leadership within organisation 84.5% A business case for digital-led change 83.7% An internal skilled digital resource 81.9% (95.5%) Sharing best practice and experience 80.3% (95.5%) Leadership across local government
  • 5. Digital barriers…. 72.7% - Legacy systems and ICT infrastructure 59.4% - Lack of development funds 50.6% - Culturally uncomfortable 49.7% - Unwillingness to change / noncooperation 43.0% - Lack of leadership
  • 6. Suppliers’ view on digital barriers…. 100% - Culturally uncomfortable 86.4% - Legacy systems and ICT infrastructure 81.8% - Unwillingness to change / noncooperation 77.3% - Inflexible procurement processes 76.2% - Lack of leadership (senior management / elected councillors) 76.2% - Lack of in-house digital skills
  • 7. Immediate Campaign themes • Procurement frameworks both speed implementation and reduce the costs of new technology • Standards for integration and data sharing will enable the joining up of public services • Sharing of learning, exemplars, case studies and service delivery will accelerate benefits • Digital skills are needed across front line services • Agile and innovative approaches are prerequisite in a fast moving digital world • Community of Digital Thought Leaders will inspire digital ambition and provide leadership
  • 8. 30,250 decision makers and influencers across central and local government, police, fire, health and ancillary services.
  • 9. Channels - the Interface (‘API’) between Central & Local Government  DCLG ‘Really Useful Days’ and other national seminar programmes aimed at practitioners, senior management and specific audience segments  DCLG website and DCLG newsletter  DCLG Central Links engaging central and local government in end-to-end public services; driving take-up of GDS products and skills across local government  UKA dedicated Campaign news and video news web channel  UKA Campaign newsletter  UKA webcasts - virtual debate and case study  UKA CEO and thought leader round table dinners, briefings and debates  Community of sector influencers and thought leaders  Social media channels  Time to Talk Supplier insight, education and engagement events
  • 10. Campaign sponsors: