Cog X: How does AI impact the job market and what does this mean for CivTech?

This year's CognitionX festival presented a packed lineup of all things AI & blockchain. The breakthroughs in AI for public engagement, health tech and education are particular exciting from a CivTech perspective. Of course it was also great to meet Sophia! As governments and related organisations make use of the new technologies, they also need … Continue reading Cog X: How does AI impact the job market and what does this mean for CivTech?

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When Civ Tech saves the government millions

When it comes to GovTech and CivTech innovations, a great deal can be learnt from US examples. Recently the state of Louisiana enlisted the machine learning and data processing services of Splunk Enterprise to consolidate IT departments across 20 executive branches. The move saved the government $70 million as well as improving efficiencies and citizen … Continue reading When Civ Tech saves the government millions

First CivTech Forum Event: Working on the Public Service Monopoly

Spring CivTech Forum Meetup: Working on the Public Service Monopoly

Spring CivTech Forum Meetup - Working on the Public Service Monopoly Do you want to meet innovative startups and organisations? Are you seeking to develop your network and build partnerships with real commercial value? Looking for inspiration from leaders in CivTech? Join us for The CivTech Forum summer meet up. Hear from established CivTech businesses and meet … Continue reading Spring CivTech Forum Meetup: Working on the Public Service Monopoly

Event: SMEs and Government Procurement Roundtable

On Tuesday 13 February, the CivTechForum, together with The Rain Gods and Spend Network, will be hosting a round table discussion on SMEs and government procurement. Recent events concerning major service suppliers to UK government, including Carillion and Capita, have highlighted the extent to which a large proportion of services have become concentrated in realtively few … Continue reading Event: SMEs and Government Procurement Roundtable

What will digital mean for Public Health England in 2018?

Public health is going digital. PHE and the NHS already embrace technology: from NHS Choices to the Change4Life Sugar Smart mobile app, information has long been transmitted to the public electronically. In a different remit, public health indicators are gathered through Fingertips, allowing the generation of local health profiles. In 2018 we expect to see a surge in new … Continue reading What will digital mean for Public Health England in 2018?

First CivTech Forum Event: Working on the Public Service Monopoly

Winter CivTech Forum Meetup: Working on the Public Service Monopoly

Winter CivTech Forum Meetup - Working on the Public Service Monopoly Do you want to meet innovative startups and organisations? Are you seeking to develop your network and build partnerships with real commercial value? Looking for inspiration from leaders in CivTech? Join us for The CivTech Forum summer meet up. Hear from established CivTech businesses and meet … Continue reading Winter CivTech Forum Meetup: Working on the Public Service Monopoly

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Summer CivTech Forum Event Summary

Monday 14th August saw the second CivTech Forum Meetup. The Event was designed to continue working on the public service monopoly through guided networking and pace setting talks. The first speaker was Robyn Scott, Co-Founder & CEO of Apolitical – a global network for government to solve the hardest challenges facing our societies. She illustrated that platforms … Continue reading Summer CivTech Forum Event Summary