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Saturday, March 02, 2013

Citizen 2013 Conference - June (attending)

 


Jeff Peel has sent you a message.
Subject: You're Invited


On June 13th we'll be holding our annual CITIZEN conference. It will be held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge - just across the Bridge from the Palace of Westminster. I was wondering if you'd like to attend as my guest.

CITIZEN 2013 will draw upon the latest thinking in citizen focused service provision and will look at the types of technologies that are emerging that make public bodies better at responding to citizen needs. We’ll look at how traditional interactions need to be embraced, but also web and social media based interactions.

The conference will draw upon the experience of civil servants, policy makers, technologists, bloggers and market watchers. The 2013 event will look in detail at government service provision in an age of austerity, the move from open data to open services, and the ‘digital by default’ agenda.

The event will last all day and we'll provide refreshments throughout the day and a buffet lunch. There will also be a drinks reception at the end of the day.

If you'd like to attend please just reply to this message and provide me with an email address. I'll take care of the rest.

You can also get the latest information about speakers etc. by visiting our Lanyrd page here:
http://lanyrd.com/2013/citizen2013/ - and we'll also be announcing speakers and schedule via the event site at http://citizen2013.com over the next few weeks.

Hope to see you on June 13.

Kind regards,
Jeffrey Peel
www.citizen2013.com

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