After a successful first edition in 2019, Services Week returns as a cross-government event series dedicated to end-to-end, user-focused services. Government organisations all across the country will be offering workshops, training, meet-ups and talks. This blog post tells you what to expect and how to participate.
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Workshops, talks and training events will be happening across the UK looking at how we can work together to deliver end-to-end, user-focused services. See the agenda, find out why departments are getting involved and how you can take part.
The first cross-government Services Week will be held in January. Learn more about what we'll be doing and how you can contribute and participate.
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