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Stephen Morgan: Squiz Government Seminar Presentation -
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Stephen Morgan: Squiz Government Seminar Presentation -
Stephen Morgan: Squiz Government Seminar Presentation -
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Stephen Morgan, Managing Director of Squiz UK, presented this talk at the Squiz Seminar of March 31st in London. The presentation gives an overview of Squiz's experience working with Government both …

Stephen Morgan, Managing Director of Squiz UK, presented this talk at the Squiz Seminar of March 31st in London. The presentation gives an overview of Squiz's experience working with Government both in the UK and Australia. It covers the challenges facing Government in 2011, the importance of web technologies and the benefits of working with Squiz.

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  • 9.15am Stephen Morgan - Introduction 9.30am Imogen Levy, Westminster Abbey - Case Study ( Focusing on their plans for the Royal Wedding) 9.45am Bill McCluggage, Deputy Government CIO and Director of ICT Strategy and Planning, Cabinet Office – “Government's Drive for the Adoption of Open Standards and Open Source” 10.15am (coffee break) 10.30am Charlotte Westney, National Parks - Case Study (focusing on shared services and migration) 11.00am Al Cattell - Squiz Suite Demo 11.30am Stephen Morgan - Q&A and Closing Remarks 11:45am (Coffee and networking) 12.15pm (finish)
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    • 1. Delivering Flexibility & Innovation to the Public Sector with Open Standards & Open Source March 2011 >
    • 2.
      • Agenda for today
        • Bill McCluggage, Cabinet Office
        • Stephen Morgan, Government 2.0 case study
        • Coffee Break
        • Charlotte Westney, Association of National Park Authorities
        • Alister Cattell – Squiz Suite
      >
    • 3.
      • Technology challenges Facing Government in 2011
        • Consumer technology advances rapidly changing citizen expectations
        • Constant stream of ideas and change being discussed
            • Convergence
            • Cloud computing
            • Open data requirements
            • Shared Services
            • The list goes on….
        • All while finances are under strain
      >
    • 4.
      • Web technologies come to the fore
        • Internet technology needs to play a transformational role
        • Citizens are already comfortable with web technology but meaningful engagement is difficult
        • Powerful forces are blurring the boundaries between individuals and institutions
        • To succeed, IT leaders must find a balance between compliance and innovation
      >
    • 5.
      • Internet technologies can:
        • Change Government service delivery and operations
        • Enable more efficient Government IT sourcing and shared services
        • Simplify access to services and the convergence issues this process requires
        • But many questions remain unresolved…
      >
    • 6.
      • Government Service Delivery and Operations
        • How will Government strike a balance between compliance and innovation?
        • How will the ever growing volume of data available to assist Government be interpreted and acted upon?
      >
    • 7.
      • Government IT Sourcing
        • How will Government reduce cost whilst increasing capabilities?
        • How will legacy applications be modernised?
        • How can shared services actually work?
        • What impact will Cloud Computing have?
      >
    • 8.
      • The Squiz View
        • A Service Oriented Architecture based on open standards delivers agility and independence but shouldn’t compromise compliance
        • Shared Services work if the business case is sound
        • Cloud Computing is about increased capabilities as much as reduced cost
        • Roadmap planning is critical
      >
    • 9.
      • Why listen to Squiz?
        • Software and processes built for large Government from day one
        • Open Standards are at the core of our business
        • Open Source license enables shared services
        • Squiz Private Cloud reduces risk
        • 250 staff, 1200 clients
        • Global 24/7 support
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