Webinars

Global Government Forum and its sister publication Global Government Fintech runs regular webinars attracting public servants from around the world, with some aimed at top-level civil servants and others at a wider public sector audience.

As part of Global Government Forum’s GovDX conference, this webinar will share insight on how agencies have improved their cyber security – and how they have used those changes to deliver broader improvements to their technology and service delivery.
July 16, 2024
United States
Digital & technology
The webinar will take in its stride how formal structures interact with cultures and processes in everyday working practice, explaining the context of the why as well as the how. The intention is to give you a proper understanding of the ways on which both overarching and specific principles of accountability and transparency are applied in government workflows on a daily basis.
August 23, 2024
Global
Resilience
In this third of our series of webinars on the subject of how Whitehall works, we shall be examining the vast scope of operations, activities and processes that are involved in the delivery of new policy initiatives
September 13, 2024
Global
Resilience
This webinar will look at how government can tackle the objections people have to digital ID, and how it can prove the usefulness of digital IDs in providing more integrated services.
September 24, 2024
Global
Data & ID
This webinar will look at the benefits of fitting work around caring responsibilities at home and the potential risk that women who are in the office less often have less influence in team decisions.
October 3, 2024
Global
Workforce
As part of Global Government Forum’s GovernmentDX conference, this webinar will bring together public servants to share insight on how government can use the data it collects to better deliver for people, and also examine how governments can use artificial intelligence to optimize digital services and experiences. Join this webinar to find out: How federal departments and agencies can collect and analyse data in a way that can improve public services. How to develop and implement effective evaluation as new polices are devised. The potential for artificial intelligence to use data to improve government policy evaluation.
October 10, 2024
United States
Data & ID
Join this webinar to find out: Key policy innovations that government have made though collaboration. How to create public services that can are open to input from users. The leadership skills needed to build collaborative organisations.
October 15, 2024
Global
Workforce
This webinar looked at how governments can boost cyber security across the full range of departments and agencies, considering how organizations need to respond to the ‘new normal’ of flexible and remote working to ensure that the key information of government remains secure, and consider what techniques, such as zero trust, governments can use to make sure that they are eliminating as many threats as possible. Join this session to find out: How governments assess the cyber security threat it faces. How organisational policies - and public servants skills - need to respond to the ‘new normal’ of flexible and remote working How techniques like zero trust can help governments make sure that they are eliminating as many threats as possible.
October 31, 2024
Global
Digital & technology
Building on a session held at Innovation 2024, this session will provide an update on whether the UK government is going to meet this target, and will detail the steps that are needed to achieve this transformation in government.
November 12, 2024
Global
Digital & technology
This webinar will provide guidance and insight on how governments can make sure that policymaking takes account of future generations, discussing the key elements government departments need to consider to make sure they are preparing for the future, and policymaking can be developed to incorporate the interests of future generations.
November 26, 2024
Global
Resilience