GovNet Events provide dedicated conferences and exhibitions for the public, private and voluntary sectors. For more than 15 years we have brought together senior public and private sector representatives to understand policy, plan for the future and to help deliver the solutions that will overcome critical delivery challenges.
Our well-established, leading conferences cover education, health, technology, justice, security and the wider public sector.
Conference delegates benefit from networking opportunities, in-depth breakout seminars and keynote presentations from leading public sector policy-makers and speakers. In addition, our events are hosted at some of the best venues in the country, with hot-breakfast and lunch entirely catered for. For more information click here.
The Skills & Employability Summit 2016
Thursday 29th September 2016, QEII Centre, London
The Skills & Employability Summit returns in 2016 to bring together more than 300 public and private sector representatives to learn more about the new opportunities for increased skills, growth and employability.
Blue Light Innovation 2016
Tuesday 1st November 2016, QEII Centre, London
The Blue Light Innovation Summit attracts more than 350 representatives from across the emergency services, central and local government to explore how better collaboration, interoperability and technology innovation can significantly improve service delivery and ultimately save more lives.
Cyber Security Summit 2016
Thursday 17th November, QEII Centre, London
Cyber Security Summit 2016 is the UK’s leading one-day cyber security event. More than 300 cyber security experts, senior officials and policy-makers from across the public and private sector are in attendance to learn more about the latest cyber security policy, share best practice and understand how to best prepare to counter cyber security threats.
Public Sector Assets and Estates Management 2016
Tuesday 6th December 2016, Victoria Park Plaza, London
The National Public Sector Assets and Estates Management Conference will provide exclusive insights in to best practice asset management and estate rationalization programmes being implemented across the public sector to increase efficiency, sustainability, and create fit-for-purpose, innovative estates.
UK Resilience 2016
Wednesday 7th December 2016, Victoria Park Plaza, London
The UK must respond to an increasing number of incidents placing the nation’s resilience under pressure. With events of terror in Paris and beyond, severe flooding in Cumbria and an international outbreak of Zika virus, this year has been the biggest test to date and recovery efforts are ongoing.
The 4th UK Annual Resilience Conference offers access to leading figures and decision makers presenting expert reviews and analysis to continuing threats and major incidents. The conference also provides delegates with an opportunity to network, exchange best practice, discuss policy changes and evolving threats, and highlight the way forward for future collaboration efforts
Long Term Conditions 2017
Thursday 19th January 2017, QEII Centre, London
Accounting for over 50% of all GP appointments and 70% of days spent in hospital beds, long term conditions (LTCs) are estimated to effect 15.4 million people in England alone. An increasing proportion of patients now have multiple conditions at one time, with the number of patients suffering from three or more LTCs expected to increase to 2.9 million in 2018.
This year’s conference brings together commissioners, GPs, primary and secondary care givers, nurses, community practitioners and 3rd sector volunteers, giving them access to leading, expert speakers and providing opportunities to network with key stakeholders. This is a real chance to get up to date with the current agenda and utilise the information delivered on the day to provide better care and support across all aspects of long term condition management.
Government ICT 2017
Thursday 26th January 2017, QEII Centre, London
Topping the UN’s E-Government index, the UK government is no longer playing catch-up with its private partners. Excelling in the adoption, experimentation and creation of technology, the UK’s public sector plays host to innumerable hotbeds of innovation. For the past 13 years the Government ICT Conference has provided a unique arena in which to celebrate ambitious projects of modernisation. Continuing this support in 2017, the event will provide insight as to how we innovate with and profit from disruptive IT.
HPC & Big Data 2017
Wednesday 1st February, Victoria Park Plaza, London
HPC and Big Data returns to showcase the latest advances in the pioneering technologies and practices which are revolutionising computational research across the public and private sector.
A forum for those driving efficiencies and the improved reliability of Big Data analytics and management, this year’s event presents a selection of case studies, featuring ground-breaking global research across physical and biological sciences as well as HPC application within enterprise. This year’s event will provide a comprehensive map of the current funding and investment landscape with the involvement of major thought leaders as well as new institutions.
Tackling Radicalisation in the UK 2017
Thursday 9th February 2017, RIBA Venues, London
The Counter-Extremism and Safeguarding Bill announced in the Queens Speech is set to usher in new counter-extremism legislation. In light of this Tackling Radicalisation in the UK 2017 will explore the next chapter of harnessing public sector resources to reduce the threat of radical behaviours across the country.
With representation across the full spectrum of agencies dealing with tackling radicalised individuals and groups, Tackling Radicalisation in the UK 2017 promises to cultivate progressive, rational, and effective solutions to the ongoing debate to create a safer, more secure society for all.
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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.