The Local Government Income Generation Conference 2023

January 17, 2023 | USA

The Local Government Income Generation Conference 2023
For over a decade, local councils have faced funding cuts from central government while encountering an increased demand for vital services. According to the National Audit Office, since 2010 there’s been a real term fall of 26% in the spending power of councils, this has only intensified in recent years due to the financial strain of the Covid-19 pandemic and cost of living crisis. To deal with this deficit, local authorities are under pressure to diversify revenue streams through innovative commercial activities to bring long-term financial health and sustainable services to their communities.

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Policy uncertainty fuels market volatility, and the United Kingdom is no exception. It will take four months to resolve the status of Britain within the European Union for the time being, future institutional arrangements are difficult to predict. So why is the referendum taking place? A lenient interpretation is that the crisis in the euro area, and the steep increase in immigration, made the public question the United Kingdom’s links with the continent more than in the past. A more skeptical interpretation is that a symbolic renegotiation was motivated by internal political competition in Britain.


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2022 ACFE Government Anti-Fraud Summit

November 4, 2022 | USA

Join industry experts and anti-fraud professionals online for the virtual 2022 ACFE Government Anti-Fraud Summit on November 4, 2022. Hosted by the ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Alliance, this event delivers the latest insights, techniques and tools to address anti-fraud challenges specific to law enforcement and government agencies.

Hawaii Digital Government Summit 2022 - LIVE!

September 27, 2022 | USA

The 2022 Hawaii Digital Government Summit will be a great opportunity to gather together as we continue to navigate these changing and challenging times. After two years of virtual events, attendees this year can connect with peers from the government and industry sectors in-person to share ideas, best practices, and technology trends that have never been more important than they are now. We look forward to building on the momentum of the last few years and continuing to make high-value contributions in the days and years ahead. I look forward to seeing you in September for thought provoking and inspiring discussions and speakers.

Government Data Center & Infrastructure Summit 2022

September 14, 2022 | USA

Clearly, the Covid-19 pandemic has underlined the importance of digital technologies in the world today, in a big way. Digital initiatives have always been important, but never have they been more crucial than now. India’s massive digital transformation, where more data centers are being built to meet the growing demand, emphasizes the importance of building a sustainable and resilient digital foundation that is conducive to empowering the country’s next level of growth. Currently, the industry is in an exciting time as the government has already announced a number of initiatives to boost the existing data center infrastructure throughout the country. MeitY has announced that it will soon unveil a new draft of its data center policy and engage with relevant stakeholders.

Ohio Digital Government Summit 2022 - LIVE!

October 18, 2022 | USA

It will be a great opportunity to share our goals and initiatives and collaborate with our counterparts from across Ohio. I look forward to seeing you all and engaging Ohio’s top-notch IT community to explore best practices to meet the needs of our customers. The Summit is always an outstanding setting for collaborating on solutions and learning from each other.

Spotlight

Policy uncertainty fuels market volatility, and the United Kingdom is no exception. It will take four months to resolve the status of Britain within the European Union for the time being, future institutional arrangements are difficult to predict. So why is the referendum taking place? A lenient interpretation is that the crisis in the euro area, and the steep increase in immigration, made the public question the United Kingdom’s links with the continent more than in the past. A more skeptical interpretation is that a symbolic renegotiation was motivated by internal political competition in Britain.

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