Next steps for the National Data Strategy – implementation priorities, privacy and public trust, and supporting economic growth and public service delivery
This conference will examine next steps for the National Data Strategy (NDS) – and the Government’s priorities in its aims for growing the UK economy through the use of data, as well as for improving regulation around data protection and privacy.
Delegates will assess the proposals in the Strategy and key issues for implementation, with discussion on:
supporting business innovation and use of data and priorities for harnessing data to boost productivity and the economy
improving the use of data in the delivery of services at all levels of government
data protection, privacy and safeguarding
developing data skills
IP issues and the future of the international flow of data
The discussion is bringing together stakeholders with key policy officials who are due to attend from the Cabinet Office; DCMS; Ofcom; the CDEI; DfT; the Geospatial Commission; Government Banking; HMRC; Home Office; the IPO; the MOD; the NAO; the Serious Fraud Office; The Scottish Government; and the Welsh Government.
The Data Strategy and next steps for implementation
The use of data within government – improving usability, coordination, responsiveness, and service delivery
Data protection, privacy and safeguarding – intellectual property, early indications following transition from the EU, and regulatory priorities going forward
Developing data skills in the UK
Maximising the potential of data to boost the economy – supporting private sector innovation, closing labour market skills gaps, and improving productivity
Next steps for developing the international flow of data