Sprint 13

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SPRINT13 took place on Monday 21 January 2013 at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster. It was a showcase for the best in digital across government, and set the ambitious goal of transforming services over the next 400 days.

Talks

Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office – Opening speech
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Stephen Kelly, Chief Operating Officer, Cabinet Office – Closing remarks
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Antonia Romeo, Director General for Transforming Justice and Digital Leader, Ministry of Justice – ‘Digital innovation at MoJ’
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Martha Lane Fox, UK Digital Chamption, interview with Ian Trenholm, Chief Operating Officer and Digital Leader, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – ‘Digital leadership and digital innovation at Defra’
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Brian Etheridge, Managing Director (Motoring Services) and Digital LeaderDepartment for Transport – ‘Digital partnerships and leadership and at DfT’
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Workshops

AGILE working methodsCabinet Office and the Department for Transport
What is and how do you do AGILE? – AGILE at DfT
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Electoral Registration Transformation – Cabinet Office
Meeting the challenge of changing electoral registration processes
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Assuring identity in a digital environmentCabinet Office
Development of a pan-government ecosystem for assuring the identity of users accessing online government services, based on published standards and commissioned services
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Going digitalCompanies House
The digitisation of transactions and the future
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‘You be the judge’Ministry of Justice
Demonstration of the ‘You be the judge’ interactive website. Users hear the facts of a criminal case, pass sentence and then compare it to a judge’s sentence. Aims to change public perceptions of sentencing and is increasingly used as an educational tool
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Aid information platformDepartment for International Development
Meeting the Aid Transparency Challenge through digital innovation and the Aid Transparency Platform
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Digital policy engagement – Department of Health and Foreign & Commonwealth Office
DH’s work within the Digital Policy engagement field with stakeholder agencies and citizens
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Open changes everything – The National Archives
Using Open Data and Open Source to show how european legislation has spread into UK legislation over time and how TNA approaches big data
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The use of social mediaCabinet Office and the Met Office
Introduction to social media and its use in the government environment. How the Met Office has embraced social media as a key channel to raise awareness of products and services
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Open policymakingCabinet Office
What is open policymaking and how does it deliver in a digital environment?
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