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PSN Q&A: Delivering secure and open collaboration

David Bicknell Published 24 September 2013

Look out for our latest Q&A discussion next Thursday lunchtime, 3rd October

 

Join us on 3rd October between 12.00-1.00pm for a Government Computing-BT online discussion on how the public services network (PSN) will work and who will use it.

This Q&A, on supporting critical public services, will consider the practicalities of how more secure (IL3) services are being offered across PSN, what they will be used for, the benefits and how this development will enable the growth of PSN and the transformation of public services that demand secure yet open collaboration.

Panellists for the discussion will include Dylan Roberts, Chair of SOCITM Futures, member of the Local CIO Council and Chief Officer ICT at Leeds City Council; Nick Roberts, Group Manager - Partnerships and Collaboration, Surrey County Council; Jason Hall, Director of PSN, BT Global Services; Alan Mo, Principal Analyst, Kable; Neil Mellor, Marketing Director, PSNGB; and John Stubley, PSN Operations Director, Cabinet Office,

The Q&A is the latest in a series of discussions that have examined the growth of PSN. Previous discussions have centred on shared services in the PSN era and the challenges in creating the PSN public sector information highway.

Look out for a @GovComputing tweet next week with a live link to the discussion or visit this article where a link will go live just beforehand.








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