The hotly-anticipated London leg of Civil Service Live opens for business tomorrow (12 July) at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre.
The two-day event is filled with engaging, interactive and thought provoking sessions and this year focuses on providing practical insights into the new Civil Service Vision 2020.
In order to make that vision a reality the event will explore four main content themes, looking at how they affect the civil service and demonstrating best practice examples of work across each area. Those themes are improved outcomes, effective leadership, skilled people and a great place to work.
A strong line-up of event partners has been secured, including the Cabinet Office, Government Digital Service, HMRC, The Scottish Government and many more. The exhibitor and speaker line-up is equally strong and includes the likes of Agilisys and Salary Finance. A full list of partners, exhibitors and speakers can be found on the Civil Service Live website.
This unmissable event takes place on 12 and 13 July and attendance counts towards one of the ‘five a year’ learning days for civil servants.
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