Natteron podcast was invited to be the official UKGovCamp podcast – what an honour.
On 23rd January 2016, this annual public sector unconference went down at the National Audit office.
For those new to the event, Ben gives us a quick rundown on what it’s all about, plus he recorded and edited an amazing flavour of the diverse subjects and people involved in blowing the minds of public servants.
Show notes this week all link to the amazing notes, blogs and images taken by organisers and delegates:
This is Pinteresting – all the blog posts in one place
Hyperlinks to notes taken in the sessions
- Video? Virtual reality video? What can we do with it?
- Agile Star Wars game
- User needs for campaign sites ummm..
- Open data, APIs for use by all applied to neighourhoods
- Open source in Gov 1)procurement 2)sharing 3)problems & opportunities
- Beyond ‘smart’ cities
- Hacking gov
- Using & shaping networks for systems change
- Spreading UK Gov digital awesome
- Open data digital board game
- Digital strategy for the UK in 15-20 years time
- Internet of car parks
- Procurement: Good, bad, ugly and how it actually works
- A community created transport network developed for with community vehicles, causes, locales
- Breaking down silos; Slack? Yammer?
- How to be bold
- The importance & power of fun team cultures
- Empathy within government
- Data nightmares + fixes (?)
- Are we going backwards?
- Paper stops us working and thinking – break the paradigm and help individuals cope with
- information overload
- Ways to get your new idea adopted on Monday
- Data sharing across public sector – how to improve it?
- Budgeting for agile
- Digital staff – how can govt. put great teams together (and london centricity)
- Building models for predict demand for public services – and making them legible
- Should we be buying products or should we be buying skills?
- Research makes things
- Why we hate the voluntary sector: mythbusting and collaboration
- Legislation and digital: How we got here and where we are going => the future of law, parliament and government
- Turning messy small data into Open Data about youth homelessness, #workingtogether
- Platform as a service for public sector; heroku-like stuff what happens to local gov, who are
- Git and Github and open data
- “Fill me”
- Review of the year (+ Arguments)
- E-services and software for governments (Polish gov. agency) Vodka included.
- MPs’ Digital Literacy
- Government as a platform