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Revolutionising Public Sector Communications: Accelerating the Digitalisation of Public Services through Social Media

The Government has set out its commitment to design and deliver all information and transactional services digitally. The Open Public Services White Paper, published in July 2011, outlined the desire to utilise the power of digital communication and social media to help drive digital take-up.

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Start:
November 29, 2012
Venue:
London
Address:
United Kingdom

KEY SPEAKERS:

Cllr Peter Fleming
Chair, Improvement and Innovation Board
Local Government Association

Andy Trotter
Chair, Communications Advisory Group
Association of Chief Police Officers

Simon Milner
Director of Policy
Facebook

Last year, the Open Public Services White Paper set out a key commitment for the future of government engagement and communication with the public to be increasingly digital by default.

With the recent release of an interim progress report on the digitalisation of public services and the publication of the Open Data White Paper, this timely symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to:
• Discuss how social media can play a positive role in council strategy to improve and support local government efficiency
• Examine the latest developments in the Government’s Digital Service (GDS) strategy in the context of enabling more open and transparent public services
• Assess the current use of digital social networking tools across local government, healthcare, the third sector, the police and other areas

In the meantime, to ensure your organisation is represented, please book online or complete and return the attached registration form at your earliest convenience in order to secure your delegate place(s).

For more information about this event: http://events.publicpolicyexchange.co.uk/CK29-PPE

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