Since we launched the Digital Identity for Government conference programme back in May 2018, we have run 3 very successful and well received events, which have focused on various aspects from the strategy, ethos and the ethics around digital identity to the actual delivery and real life examples of Identity programmes across the public sector. We have heard from Identity leaders across government and the private sector from both the UK and overseas, learning from their experiences and gaining their insight in an ever developing sector.
We have listened to government identity professionals to establish what they need both from the identity suppliers in terms of service delivery and tech and also from the identity community to ensure we can help deliver relevant content to develop their knowledge base aid their decision making. We have also created an Industry Digital ID Directory with the aim of shortening the procurement process and helping to connect appropriate suppliers to government buyers.
Thursday February 13th sees the fourth conference in this successful programme. This conference is set to be the most important and effective to date. After working closely with central government departments to ensure that we cover the hot topics that generate debate and discussion and which focus on technology that will be genuinely helpful over the coming months to the digital identity teams across numerous public sector departments. The launch agenda is now in place and we are quickly recruiting a fantastic line up of speakers from across the government and identity industry, so register now for what promise to be a very impactful and important conference at the start of 2020.
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