Tuesday 24 March 1998 2pm - 6 pm at
DTI, Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0ET.
A half-day Conference examining the
challenges and opportunities facing women
professionals in the IT sector.
Contributes two hours towards CPD.
Keynote address by Barbara Roche, MP,
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for
Small Firms, Trade and Industry.
Speakers include, Jean Irvine, Group
Personnel Strategy Director, The Post
Office, Steve Shirley, Founder of FI Group
and a panel of top women IT professionals.
For more information on the IMIS, our
website address is:
Members of all CUGA affiliated groups
are welcome visit our stand and say hallo.
Times are 1030hrs-1700hrs, except on the
last day when it closes half an hour earlier.
www.infuse.org.uk) when it is available.
Mobile Computing Seminar
GATC 10, 2 April 1998
Contact: Martin Raven
Phone: 01603 704919
Workflow and Electronic Document
Management in Local and Central
Conference and exhibition
21 May 1998, Fielder Centre, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield
The business case for workflow and digital document management Workflow and electronic document management have the potential to transform the way public sector offices are organised and the way government works. The past two years have seen a rapid growth in pace of adoption of systems. The White Paper Competitiveness highlighted the importance of using new technology and
getting rid of paper to improve efficiency
levels in central government. Equally,
Compulsive Competitive Tendering (CCT)
and Best Value have led local authorities
to analyse their administrative processes
and assess the scope for cost reduction via
business process improvement and the use
of imaging, workflow automation,
electronic document management and Web
This conference builds on the CCTA
briefing paper Moving away from paper
and the recently published PRO Guidelines
on the management of electronic records.
Aimed at Business and Information
Services Managers in all areas of the
public sector, it is designed to:
Show how workflow and electronic
document management can help
improve service levels, reduce
operating costs and provide wider
access to government information;
. Identify the improvements that can be made in working methods and management processes;
. Help you plan a successful strategy for improving document lifecycle management across your organisation;
. Present a series of practical case studies illustrating the progress which has been made in this area over the past twelve months;
. Provide a showcase for the leading practitioners and suppliers in this field.
This year's event has been moved to the Fielder Centre which allows us to run a larger exhibition and two specialist tracks in the afternoon, one with a focus on local government and the other on central government. Exhibition of products and services and an exhibition by leading system and service suppliers will accompany this event and will be open to conference delegates throughout the day.
EPIC (European Public Sector Information
30 September - 2 October 1998
Theme is IT for Better Government
Contact: Ron Nield
Phone: 01908 670770
For more information on CCTA events:
Tel: 01763 273 475
Fax: 01763 273 255
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