Join us on 18 November at the Annual iNetwork Conference Driving with Data: People, Place & Prosperity to explore how data can and has been used to drive place based improvements.

The conference will focus on data as a theme and provide the opportunity for delegates to learn and be inspired by ground-breaking projects which deliver value for the people and communities we serve.

Data has become an asset to use in our arsenal and this year’s conference will really highlight key themes such as; Data Standards, Digital Identity, Data Sharing, Data & Procurement, Linking Data, Handling Data and more.

The conference will be held virtually with sessions divided between high-profile plenary panel sessions and best practice sharing seminars. Take a look at some of the confirmed seminar sessions below:

Digital Identity: An Analysis for Local Public Services – Martin Ferguson, SOCITM

Using Labour Market Information to Inform Your Recruitment Strategy – Caron Tinto & Phil Pennill, GMCA

MAST – Multi-Agency Safeguarding Tracker

How Data Drives Better Procurement and Social Value – Nichola Cooke, STAR Procurement

Digital Discharge to Assess – Stephen Girling, Tech in Care

Better Outcomes through Linked Data: Embarking on an Ambitious Programme to join up Data across Government – Toby Hayward Butcher, Ministry of Justice

Data Standards for Vulnerability – Paul Davidson, Sedgemoore District Council & Shelley Heckman, iNetwork

NHS Data Dictionary – Nicholas Oughtibridge, NHS Digital

Contact & Connect 

You can find details of all the sessions and speakers on the conference website. We have a few places left at the conference; don’t miss out, book your place now!