GovNet Events has provided dedicated conferences and exhibitions for the public, private and voluntary sectors for over 15 years and prides itself on bringing together senior public and private sector representatives in order to implement policy developments and overcome critical industry challenges. Our portfolio of well-established, leading conferences focus on education, health, justice, security and the wider public sector.
As part of the GovNet Events experience, delegates not only benefit from networking, keynote presentations from leading public sector policy makers and speakers and breakout seminars, but by attending one of our market-leading events, delegates benefit from visiting some of the best venues in the country, with hot-breakfast and lunch entirely catered for. For more information click here.
Skills & Employability Summit 2015
Thursday 17th September, QEII Centre, London
Skills and Employability 2015 will bring together over 300 public and private sector representatives to consider new opportunities for increased skills, growth and employability. Ensuring the qualifications, training and skills delivery systems are efficient, effective and fit to equip the UK with increased employability and a highly-skilled workforce is paramount to economic recovery.
Criminal Justice Management 2015
Wednesday 23rd September, QEII Conference Centre, London
For 15 years the Criminal Justice Management Conference has annually brought over 350 representatives from across the CJS to discuss the implementation of criminal justice policy and transformation. Attendees and partners including central government, police forces, rehabilitation services, offender management, probation providers, courts and tribunals, prisons and local authorities are once again invited to debate and mould the future of the CJS at this major justice meeting point.
Government ICT 2.0 2015
Thursday 24th September, QEII Centre, London
Government ICT 2.0 will bring together over 300 IT and digital leaders from across Government in the first major post-election conference dedicated to implementing and revolutionising public sector ICT.
Blue Light Innovation 2015
Thursday 5th November, QEII Centre, London
The opportunity and funding for collaboration between blue light services and emergency responders is greater than ever before. The Blue Light Innovation Conference will bring together over 350 representatives from across fire, police, ambulance, government, local authorities and emergency responders to examine how increased collaboration, interoperability and technology innovation can significantly improve service delivery and ultimately save more lives.
Cyber Security Summit 2015
Wednesday 18th November, QEII Centre, London
The cyber space is constantly evolving to offer more opportunities for governments, businesses and the public sector. Alongside these opportunities organisations need to be prepared to deal with an increased number of threats – ensuring cyber security, preventing and detecting cybercrime and protecting networks, data and assets is now more important than ever before.
Cyber Security Summit 2015 will bring together over 400 cyber security experts, senior officials and policy-makers from across the public and private sector to provide an update on cyber security policy, share best practice strategies and help the UK to combat cyber threats.
Long Term Conditions 2016
Thursday 21st January 2016, QEII Centre, London
In England alone more than 15.4 million people are living with a long-term health condition, accounting for around 70% of the annual NHS expenditure – a figure that is set to increase dramatically over the next 10 years.
One projection has estimated that the bill for treatment of long-term conditions will require the NHS to find £4 billion more each year by 2016. This in a period when the NHS budget is barely increasing in real terms and when local authority social care budgets have been cut by £2.6 billion.
Fraud & Error 2016
Victoria Park Plaza, London
With Fraud now costing UK public services almost £21 billion per year, reducing this figure is a major priority across all areas of government. Fraud and Error 2016 will explore the policies and strategies being employed to both tackle and prevent fraud and error in the public sector.
Education ICT 2016
June 2016, QEII Centre, London
Following the hugely successful 2015 conference, Education ICT will be returning in 2016. The event will once again bring together over 300 teachers, school leaders and ICT visionaries to explore the future of technology for learning, innovation in ICT provision and curriculum developments from across the education sector.
Science & Innovation 2016
June 2016, QEII Centre, London
Investing in Science and Innovation for economic growth in 2015/16 is at the forefront of government strategy to promote growth and prosperity within the UK. The National Science and Innovation Conference 2016 will provide delegates with the opportunity to discuss and examine the future of the UK’s science and research base, and gain best practice knowledge on driving innovation and secure growth through partnerships at home and internationally.
Modernising Justice 2016
June 2016, QEII Centre, London
The use of technology throughout the CJS is providing exciting, ground-breaking opportunities to overhaul the way the current system operates and deliver greater efficiencies. From mobile devices and body cameras, to digital courtrooms and the use of video throughout the entire CJS; technology is revolutionizing the Criminal Justice System. Modernising Justice through Technology is the leading conference for all justice stakeholders looking to embrace innovation and technology for increased efficiency.
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This was an excellent opportunity to learn how the different elements of justice work together and to look at the crystal ball innovation. There were some excellent speakers and presentations which left you with a different way of thinking about justice.
Everyone involved in IT in government should have been there.
Great opportunity to learn about current technology thinking for central government.