First stab at the programme

We’ve taken all your great ideas and lovely offers for what you might do at myPublicServices and, with a little bit of pushing and shoving, turned them into a programme for the day. Have a look and see what you think.

Obviously it’s a little bit sketchy at this stage, but we wanted to get something out there for you to look at.

You’ll see we’ve made a few key decisions on your behalf:

  1. We thought most people would want to be active rather than passive, so most of the day is workshops and little of the day is talks from the front.
  2. We think (fingers crossed) we can get 6 parallel streams into the building. Everyone breathe in.
  3. Looking at all the offers, we felt they fell into two major themes: extending and improving the old, and building the new. We know it’s not hard and fast, but it helped us to organise things. You can move from any stream to any other whenever you want.
  4. We’ve taken a few liberties in giving people titles for sessions, and putting people together who wanted to present in similar areas. Bear with us – if you’re on the programme we’ll be in touch in the next few days to sort out the details and make sure you’re happy with what you’re doing.

The programme is sure to evolve a little (but not a lot, we hope) before the day – so give us your feedback.

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2 Responses

  1. The programme will need a bit more explanation in places. We can’t assume that we all understand each other’s acronyms.

  2. Thanks Martin. You’re right – we’ll add more explanation of the programme in v2, and we’ll take care of those TLAs too (three letter acronyms).

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