Annual event organised jointly by Socitm (Society of Information Technology
Management) and Headstar. One-day seminar event covering local authority
website content management and design.
The agenda, council of the future presentation, Derbyshire Vulnerability Strategy document, IT Security and Cost Efficiencies presentation, Nottingham City WebStrategy presentation and Tell use once presentation.
An overview and Introduction to Connect MK Ltd. Understanding the Business/Operational Model and Seeking to Help other Authorities to Replicate and Develop Their Own e-Inclusion and Broadband plans.
These files are only available to Socitm members.
South West Regional Event downloads
A selection of presentations from the Learning from Better connected 2010 event held on 18 May.
A selection of presentations from the 2006 national conference by Alex Black, Crispin O'Connell, Roger Lamb, Simon Norbury, Thomas Power
A selection of presentations from Sarah Coburn, Andrew Moulton, David Lewis, John Nutley, Martin Greenwood, Steve Scott and Tony Travers
The sessions planner for the Socitm 09 conference which takes place on 11-13 October. Delegates are able to attend up to three parallel sessions, all of which take place on Monday 12 October.
Doing things differently and doing different
things: sharing experience of radical change
The brochure for the Socitm 09 annual conference held on 11-13 October - Re-inventing local services. Radical thinking, practical solutions.
Annual Conference for Socitm (Society of Information Technology Management).
Three-day, two-night event covering topics of interest to members, workshops,
gala evening, networking.
One-day event held each spring covering topics of interest to members. Previously known as Socitm's Spring Seminar.
'Clouds on the horizon - challenges for delivery managers' by Neil Moore, 'Doing things differently - sharing experiences of radical change' by Martin Ferguson, 'Change' by Simon Norbury, 'Sleeping With The Enemy: The Third Sector as a Delivery Agent' by David Clayden
Presentations by Martin Gray, Martin Greenwood, Kay Brown, Martin Ferguson, Richard Haynes and Polly Purvis
The following documents are available for download. Documents in PDF format can be read using Adobe Reader. MS Word and Powerpoint documents can be read by using their respective applications or any alternatives.