iNetwork’s 7th Annual Conference (23 November 2011): Breaking the rules – Using innovation to build a new generation of public services

Steven Pleasant, Chief Executive of Tameside MBC: Opening welcome and NWEGG/iNetwork rebrand Announcement

Steven Church, Ernst & Young: Innovation and public service reform

Steven Pleasant, Chris Chant, Craig Mackey, Eustace De Sousa and Nicolas Clifford: First Panel Discussion and Q&A – Are central and local public services creating the right space for innovation?

Bill McCluggage, Deputy Goverment CIO: New challenges, new partnerships, new models

Steven Pleasant, Bill McCluggage, Richard Harris, Carrie Bishop and John Baker: Second Panel Discussion and Q&A – New challenges, new partnerships, new models

Lynne Shackley, Information Commissioners Office: How good data sharing can enable successful innovation

Paul Davidson, Local eGoverment Standards Body: Data Standards for Efficiency, Transformation, and Transparency of local public services

Michael Macauley, LGID: Brokering knowledge introducing the new K-Hub