YearDayTimeSessionRoomCapacityTitleLeader1Session notes
2023111:1511A30Blending teams - what works and how to get it right // The rise and fall of multi-disciplinary teamsAudree // James DarlingGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 1A
2023111:1511B30PANIC! at the disco. Have we reached peak discovery? // How do we stop wasting money on dead end discoveriesHenry Wright // Jess NeelyGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 1B
2023111:151216Adapting design to maximise its value to policyCarlaGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 2
2023111:151316Why can't transformations be user centred?Thom BGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 3
2023111:151416There's no such thing as agile ceremonies'. How do we assess if an organisation is Agile?Ben @discombenulatedGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 4
2023111:151516Next steps for the metaverse. What do we need to do? // The metaverse is a load of hype... Change my mindJacqui // Ben Welby @bmwelbyGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 5
2023111:151614Unified data in the NHS: how can it work? How can we do it?Sulaman RahimGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 6
2023111:151714What should be in the next election manifesto for open / digital govAlex B & Gavin FGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 7
2023111:151814What can we trust? How can we trust our data to make assumptions?Katherine WilberforceGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 1, room 8
2023112:1521A30Public intrapreneurshipAlessandro HormannGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 1A
2023112:1521B30How are we using HCD/digital to inform policy?ZungGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 1B
2023112:152216Selling digital transformation to non digital!RosalieGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 2
2023112:152316Let's explore how we think about security (all kinds)Esko @reinikainenGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 3
2023112:152416The other D in DDAT // Can we make better services using data?Beck @beckstrickland // JulianGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 4
2023112:152516How might we ensure our time together in physical spaces is as meaningful as possible? // People surveys - how do we help leaders focus on the people, not just the statistics?Joe Badman // Glyn Jones @glynrjonesGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 5
2023112:152614Build a prototype in 30 mins or less with Prototype KitBen @discombenulatedGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 6
2023112:152714What I've learned from talking to farmers (users)JanetGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 7
2023112:152814How to make friends with your IT departmentPolly TGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 2, room 8
2023113:4531A30The REUL Bill and what it means for digital governmentJohn SheridanGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 1A
20232113:4531B30How might we improve the quality of conversations with service users? // Why is 'customer' a dirty word in the public sector - and is it time to rethink that?Judy Rees @judyrees // Amanda Payne @mandalyn97GovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 1B
20232113:453216How can xGov collaboration/community be improved? (in Slack?) // We all want to collaborate and share. We talk about it every year. We have GovCamp, OneTeamGov, Apolitical, 10000 Slack channels. Yet its still not working! Why? How do we fix itJon Patterson // Derek Alton @DerekAltonGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 2
20232113:453316AI: reality not fictionPaul Maltby @maltbypsGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 3
20232113:453416Accessibility, beyond compliance. Taking a user centred approach to accessibility & assistive tech demosMolly & Chris (Nexer)GovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 4
20232113:453516How do we make the political classes better commisioners of digital // Getting senior leadership enthusiastic about digital and dataGordon Guthrie // Pauline RocheGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 5
20232113:453614What have you learnt about allyship this last year? // Neurodiversity - how can we support each other?Vanessa Montgomery Williams @VeeWilliams_ // SharonGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 6
20232113:453714How do we make services less transactional - more like chatting to a friend?Max GoodallGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 7
20232113:453814Decolonise tech feminist internetAelGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 3, room 8
20232113:453BeyonceHow do we establish the 'hidden' professions?Imran @ImHuYorks
20232114:4541A30Twitter is a toxic barren wasteland. How do we keep in touch?Annie HeathGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 1A
20232114:4541B30Fail Camp. What have you failed at since your last govcamp? (No notes / tweets for this session, please)RooGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 1B
20232114:454216How might we... reduce complexity in policy & legislation rather than designing around itShelinaGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 2
20232114:454316Help us make a plan to fix commissioning of digital/tech in healthLizzy @mslizzybellGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 3
20232114:454416Designing for relationships not usersSimon Manby @ManbySi GovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 4
20232114:454516What do you want from domains??Terence EdenGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 5
20232114:454614User centred design - it is changing. What is the future? What is a definition of UCD now?Maciej Szmulka @yumarGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 6
20232114:454714Successfully taking full ownership of your serviceJustinGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 7
20232114:454814Try out a hybrid sessionSharon Dale @pixlzGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 4, room 8
20232114:454BeyonceCOUP / Sparta Games. Any time, table downstairsDave M
20232115:4551A30Building skills // How do we help civil servants change careers to build tech skills // The skills we need for the future are not those we have now. What are they? How do we build themJacob // Morgan F // DianaGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 1A
20232115:4551B30How to be user centred in a crisis?Tracey AGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 1B
20232115:455216Culture: how do you measure it? How do you measure progress? // Why aren't organisations effective? We consistently struggle with culture, leadership, strategies, focusing on end users - why? What can make organisations more effective?Matt // Mark B @ButtansmaGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 2
20232115:455316What do consultants really not get about government? // What can we learn from other GovernmentsAndre // Mike BrackenGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 3
20232115:455416What does strategy* really mean? *The word strategy is not allowed in this session :)Rehemat @rehemat_GovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 4
20232115:455516Impact mapping // Metrics, metrics, metrics... How do we measure and show success of digital services beyond time and cost saving?Nicola // AlejandraGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 5
20232115:455614How do we stop the drain from public sector DDAT and maintain services for their lifecycleSimon Manby @ManbySi GovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 6
20232115:455714Buying hardware for public sector. Seems properly broken. How can we fix it? // Is it salvageable? Legacy technology tends to trigger a negative reaction but it can cost millions to replace, so how can we salvage technology so that old systems can continue to add value?James // KayleighGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 7
20232115:455814Data sharing. Catalogues, metadata, search. What's working?Paul HodgsonGovCamp 2023 notes : Session 5, room 8
20232115:455BeyonceBookcamp! Talk books, work/non-work, podcasts etc. Get reading / listening for 2023!Lizzi
2022110:301AOnlineN/APublic sector organisations are in continual change.*
Can we manage change better? Bring along your good and bad examples of planning for, implementing and adapting change work. Change theorists, change managers as well as those subject to change most welcome.

*Well, the ones I have worked at seem to have been in continual change.
Mark Dalgarno @markdalgarno UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1A
2022110:301BOnlineN/AHow do we make digital sustainable? (in every sense).

How can digital last for decades, and not be just about the next big delivery? Building permanent teams, considering use of energy and other resources, avoiding accumulating legacy, being flexible enough for the next big unknown challenge, making the money work.
Dave Rogers @daverogUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1B
2022110:301COnlineN/ACampfire chat: Openness and transparency.

At Unboxed, openness and transparency is one of our core values, and we’ve recently been discussing what it means and what it looks like in post-covid working environments. Join us for a group conversation to share your experiences of openness and transparency; why we should be open and transparent, your experiences of what works and doesn’t, and hear more about how Unboxed tries to bring openness and transparency to our day to day work, within our own organisation and with clients.
Holly & YasmeenUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1C
2022110:301DOnlineN/ALocal Gov as a Product/Platform/Service.

Local gov uses hundreds of digital applications to deliver its services, provided by just as many suppliers and using a huge range of technologies. Very little is currently open source, but this is starting to change. What are the best approaches to take to work towards an open source set of tools which could be offered as products, combined into a platform and or available as a service? What’s stopping us? What’s already out there? And is that even the right approach?!
Glen Ocsko @glenocskoUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1D
2022110:301EOnlineN/AThe (absolute?) state of open government.

It's been a... challenging few years for open government in the UK (and elsewhere). What can we do about it? Where can we make progress? *How* can we make progress? What should the big asks be? Does the idea still resonate? Is it the right thing to focus on? Am I being too pessimistic?
Gavin Freeguard @gavinfreeguardUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1E
2022110:301FOnlineN/ABringing real people all the way into the ‘policy tent’ can be scary, but also incredibly fulfilling. Working with, not for, people is taking a step beyond some of our more frequently used design approaches.

Join us to talk about how co-design (not just User Centred Design!) has helped us make the right decisions for the future of farming.

We’ll be diving into our experiences designing new farm health and welfare policy; why we decided to co-design; what we almost got wrong; and how we’ve helped empower industry to influence the right change. Join us to share your share your wins, wants and woes in doing co-design, and help us think about how we can better shape things to level the playing field to allow for even better-informed policy and service design across government. Whether you are a co-design expert, or are asking “what is co-design?” everyone is welcome in this tent!
Neville Cavendish @nevccavendish
Martin Jenkins
Marion Lean @maristotle
UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1F
2022110:301GOnlineN/AI am still hearing people say that they are in back to back video calls.
Are we getting better at remote & hybrid working 🤣?
How might we improve things e.g. working asynchronously. What methods (and tools) are working
Sharon Dale @pixlzUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 1G
2022111:302AOnlineN/AOperating Models - what a difference a year makes... Come and celebrate with us!

At Govcamp 2021 we came to a session on operating models and decided we were going to do something to help explain them... so we did! We wanted to share the story of the community we've built over the last year, the resource we've developed and get input on what next in 2022. So if you're energised or terrified by operating models (current or target) or want to talk community building, please join us for a session set by whoever turns up!
Mark Buttanshaw @buttansma
Richard Barton @CIOPortfolio
UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2A
2022111:302BOnlineN/AUN Sustainable Development Goals

I’m an Expert Advisor at the United Nations and I’m looking to get input from the UKGC22 folks for data challenges you need us to solve to create impact for citizens you support. Let’s deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals together!
Dr Jacqui Taylor @jacquitaylorfb UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2B
2022111:302COnlineN/AHow to talk about agile to non-digital audiences

Digital teams have learned how to do GDS style agile delivery. But there can be difficulty convincing the rest of the organisation – especially decision makers and non-digital teams – if they have little experience with agile. Particularly in local government, or smaller departments. When you can see immediate benefits to adopting waterfall, then discovery, alpha, beta, live phases can seem long-winded, and narratives and terminology around agile methodologies can seem frivolous or impenetrable. Let’s explore how to talk to non-digital people and teams about the benefits of an agile approach.
Annie Heath @Annie3HUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2C
2022111:302DOnlineN/ALots of Service Owners in government are one of very few (sometimes the only!) in their organisation. Often, they're drafted in to a digital leadership role from a subject matter expert role. With the Service Owner training on pause, how do new Service (and Product) Owners find peer support and resources? How do we support subject matter experts in digital leadership roles? How can digital teams organise to better learn from the wealth of subject and policy expertise these leaders often bring? Ellie CravenUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2D
2022111:302EOnlineN/ATech isn't good at cataloguing history, and government favours certain stories being put to history (usually successes, often with white dudes saving the day, and often dropped when different parties come in to power). What are techniques for intelligently sharing history, and having storytellers like the Irish Seanchaí? Vicky Teinaki @vickytnzUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2E
2022111:302FOnlineN/AStruggling to deliver and measure Open Data Impact? Data reuse to the rescue!

Open data is critically for transparency but let's face it Open Data without reuse doesn’t create impact. Managing the ecosystem of publishers and users is key to increase data re-use. Focusing on High value - high demand datasets in an easy to access and reusable format is critical. Delivering actionable data insights is really the name of the games.
Adriano Amaral @didi_amaral @derilinxUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2F
2022111:302GOnlineN/AYes you can deliver an entirely new service in a fortnight!

My pitch: In late January 2021 the UK Government decided to introduce a Managed Quarantine Service for people arriving from Red List countries. A team was quickly created to bring this new service into production for travellers arriving into the UK from 15th February. This multi-disciplinary team took the service from concept to production in two weeks, proving to us all how with the right sponsorship, focus, attitude, drive, and pragmatism it really is possible to deliver an MVP at pace.

In this session I will tell the story of the Managed Quarantine Service and we can discuss how to learn from this experience so that we can deliver other government services at pace.
Danny Williams @willidhUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2G
2022111:302HOnlineN/ANFTs for you and me?!

Join me in this session where I'll share more about my voyage of discovery into the world of NFTs (Non-fungible tokens) and potential use cases for the public sector (and beyond!)
Andy Sandford @leanandagileUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 2H
2022113:453AOnlineN/AOne Team Gov: Around the World.

Our objective is to encourage folks working in government around the world, especially in developing nations, to do one simple thing - join the One Team Gov slack. There's loads of great organisations to connect up global public servants but so far none of them have prioritised real-time chat. We want to build a global community of people discussing their triumphs, issues and questions about policy and delivery - as well as just getting to know each other as people. So far there's a small group of us from the UK and Canada working on this. I'm keen to discuss how we can make it happen.
David Durant @cholten99UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3A
2022113:453BOnlineN/AHow can we track the unintended consequences of policy actions across the government system?

Government policies generate strategies and actions (typically within a Ministerial silo) that then have consequences (positive or negative) in other parts of the government system. For example a cost saving action in the Health service could well lead (inadvertently) to a new cost pressure in the Social services sector. Taking a systems view also requires factoring in the various constraints imposed by legislation. Is it possible to model all these inter relationships so that we can see how our proposed policy intervention could impact other parts of the system? I don't know. Shall we try to find out? I propose this session as a thinking experiment and using Immigration policy as an example to keep it a bit focussed and manageable.
Esko Reinikainen @reinikainenUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3B
2022113:453COnlineN/AOpen space chat for those working outside central government

Do you work outside central government? It's hard to recruit at the moment and it's harder, in smaller organisations, to demonstrate the breadth of approaches in digital work.

I have been thinking about running something a bit like Teacamp with a short presentation and some open space to talk. I'm interested to talk to people who are working in smaller teams and how we can support each other to create spaces for learning, empathy, sharing and complaining!
Alex Blandford @blangryUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3C
2022113:453DOnlineN/ACan UK Public Services thrive working as remote/distributed teams?

Due to the pandemic, over the past 2 years we've all learned so much with regards to working as remote, distributed teams. Join me to talk discuss this question and share your views.
Matt Barnaby @matthewbarnabyUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3D
2022113:453EOnlineN/AHow do we hire more diversely, equitably and inclusively? An ideas and experiences sharing session.

I'll be using trello, anyone is welcome to add thoughts there and hopefully it'll act as a resource we can add to in the future.
Vanessa Montgomery Williams @veewilliams_UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3E
2022113:453FOnlineN/ASuccessful Hybrid Gatherings.
‘Hybrid’ gatherings - meetings and events where some people are in the same physical space while others are remote - tend to be horrible, with remote people left feeling disenfranchised. Yet research shows that people can enjoy them and find them useful. A space for sharing good-practice tips and tricks and developing new possibilities.
Judy Rees @judyreesUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3F
2022113:453GOnlineN/AImagine you want to change something on a big scale. You know where you are. You know where you want to be. But how do you know HOW to get there? How do you know what changes will work? How do you get people to make those changes? How does it all line up to organisational priorities? We (in Data Quality Hub & CDDO) are interested in this because we’re working on a data maturity model that will show government organisations how they’re doing at data. But knowing is just the start, they need to make the right changes in an effective way. So where do you start? How do you plan a journey to bridge that gap? Rhian Jones &
Rebecca Strickland @beckstrickland
UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3G
2022113:453HOnlineN/ADesigning complex services

We are pretty good at designing transactional and logical services, but what happens when we delve into the more complex services? What happens with ASC, homelessness, housing allocations, etc?
John MortimerUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 3H
2022114:454AOnlineN/AUncertainty! What helps us cope with it? When is it useful? How can leaders lead well in times of uncertainty and what does it take to do that?

Uncertainty is stressful. Our brains naturally try to avoid it, which can be unhelpful. Living through a pandemic = uncertainty overload. But uncertainty can also be valuable and useful and something to actively embrace/encourage in our work. So let's think together about our relationship with it.
Annie Crabtree @thisisacrabUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4A
2022114:454BOnlineN/ABuilding future services: balancing agility, HCD and legislation implementation.

Is anyone else trying to build future services with agility and using human centred methods, but where 'live' dates are ultimately determined by primary legislation implementation?

How does private beta and scalability work when there is a binary cutover?
We're working in a team including policy and more traditional 'digital' roles together to try and deliver legislative change and a future service so can talk about how we're trying to do it a bit if others are interested, otherwise I would love to hear from others with a similar challenges! It's lonely!
Simon Manby @ManbySi UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4B
2022114:454COnlineN/AUpdate Gov Campers on A Modern Civil Service and what's going on across Government Modernisation and Reform - before picking one section of the programme with Campers to discuss in greater detail, taking their feedback away to the relevant project team Alex Vince @GumpyvonBearUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4C
2022114:454DOnlineN/AAn introduction to designing a complexity-friendly public consultation, and a chance to discuss the importance of going beyond superficial diversity to diversity of sense-making.Anne @welshflierUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4D
2022114:454EOnlineN/AMoving beyond targets and creating the conditions for success

In complex environments, goals/targets/KPIs/SLAs/OKRs don't work very well as they depend on coercion. We know that, instead, we should start a journey and develop the opportunities that emerge along the way. But how to do that in practice? Join this open discussion to share your tips and experience of moving beyond targets and creating the conditions for intrinsically motivated teams to build great solutions.
Paul @PaulSMcTurkUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4E
2022114:454FOnlineN/AWe know that teams are becoming increasingly multi-locational, how to best facilitate this and support headcount growth in “new” locations?

What more can we do to ensure new starters in smaller offices/remote feel included within existing team cultures? How best do we encourage more people to move to these emergent locations? We collect data on where technologists in UK Government work and will bring some of this along to help facilitate.
Jack HunnaballUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4F
2022114:454GOnlineN/AThe really ugly hard bits of transformation - deleting / changing peoples' jobs

A session of benefits realisation goodness. Ideally we'll save localgov and all of our jobs by generating more income and working more efficiently, but sometimes we have to look at cuts and changing what we do - even when we don't want to. So let's talk about the ugly cutting / hard side of change. I'd love to hear your thoughts.
Jon Hyde @kurt_whUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4G
2022114:454HOnlineN/ABuilding a DDAT function inside a Government department

DCMS (Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport) is building its DDaT function! Come hear about the plans, the future role opportunities and share your insights for getting it right.
Betony Kelly @betonykelly UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 4H
2022115:455AOnlineN/ACraft bring and share.
Lots of us do various sorts of crafting. Bring a current, future, or finished project to show off or to get inspiration. Or enjoy 45mins of your craft while you hear about others.
Caroline Jarrett @cjformsUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5A
2022115:455BOnlineN/ADesigning amidst organisational politics.

Organisational politics affects what we can do and how we can do it when designing services and organisations. So how can we deal with it/work around it/address it? Am initially thinking about this in terms of impacts on organisation design and service design because can get quickly into people implications, but open to this becoming a wider discussion on organisational politics. I don't have answers but would love to talk about what people have found works or doesn't work.
Mark Buttanshaw @buttansmaUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5B
2022115:455COnlineN/ACome and talk about the Agile Service Manifesto!

We've come a long way since the Manifesto for Agile Software Development was created in 2001.

The Agile Service Manifesto ( has since been created, tailoring the original Agile vision to the requirements of our public service sector. So we have the principles, we know the approach, but what do we find if we go a little deeper. At the deepest level, what are the values that underpin this approach? What is the view of the world that the Agile Manifesto sets out, and how does the approach help us to interact with and find our place within it?
Max GoodallUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5C
2022115:455DOnlineN/AWhat's in store for government digital services in 2022 and beyond?

From identity management, to data sovereignty, to open source by default and more - what do we think will be the big "things" this year and how can we make the most of them?
Antonio Weiss (@antonioeweiss)
Phil Buckley (@philbuckley5)
Katie Burns
UK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5D
2022115:455EOnlineN/AResponsible design and research: is user ‘centred’ the right way to do things?

Should it be more holistic - what about impact on society, environment, community etc? How can we balance our responsibilities to our users with our impact more broadly?
Annie LewisUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5E
2022115:455FOnlineN/ADriving data change through stories.

A compelling and authentic narrative can help people buy in to any idea, including why an org might need to manage data better. Could a resource pack guiding people to their data story, and how to use it to market data improvements, help? What should go in a “how to own and communicate your data story” pack? How could it be delivered? A discussion about whether this idea is a yay or a ney, and if yay, what it should be(y)
Kathryn Reynolds @katywrensUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5F
2022115:455GOnlineN/AHow’s your mental health?
What are your coping mechanisms? How openly can you talk about it? How is your org helping? How can things be improved?
@kurt_whUK GovCamp 2022: Friday, session 5G
2022210:301AOnlineN/AEthical Walls: When should data not be shared?

Local & Central Government collects lots of data, some of it given voluntarily, some of it required by legislation. Pooling this data gives great power to provide improved services, and to find new and innovative ways of working to meet targets, identify those who require support and promote joined up working. But when should this data not be pooled? Should data required for a benefit application be used to identify housing support needs? Should electoral registration data be used to find unregistered Houses of Multiple Occupation? What should we /not/ do with data!
Jonathan ChandlerUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 1A
2022210:301BOnlineN/AWhat makes an inclusive culture? An ideas and experiences sharing session.

I'll be using trello, anyone is welcome to add thoughts there and hopefully it'll act as a resource we can add to in the future.
Vanessa Montgomery Williams @veewilliams_ UK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 1B
2022210:301COnlineN/A43 Shades of Grey - It’s easy to say everything is perfect. Or everything is terrible. But it’s always FAR more complex than that!

When we quantify how a whole organisation is doing at something, how do we do it in a way that properly recognises good practice (without over-inflating it) and properly calls out bad practice (without bringing everyone down unfairly)? Can we get a whole organisation view without overinflating extremes or washing out the nuance into a shade of grey? Or are UK Gov organisations just too complex to summarise?
Matt Thompson @DocMattThompsonUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 1C
2022210:301DOnlineN/AGDS got digital first, then service teams, now everyone got it; even HMT, which in the last budget redefined values of variables in UC and defined for DWP by when they'd be set and how...

What might better/future use of these levers look like?

Some examples of digital levers being used for various purposes (across gov) are in annex 5:
Sam Smith @smithsamUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 1D
2022210:301EOnlineN/AWhat is (or could be) the metaverse?

Is there any policy work we should be doing as the concept (and maybe something real) evolves?
Sweyn Hunter @sweynhUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 1E
2022210:301FOnlineN/ABreaking down siloes, engaging teams across organisations to help plan and work differently.

At the UKHO (UK Hydrographic Office) in Taunton, we were tasked with fundamentally changing the way the organisation planned work.
We had to turn a corporate plan with 157 lines of outputs into a more outcome based, adaptive and iterative plan, breaking down the siloes across the org.

We got stuff wrong, we made huge strides forward and it sprung back a little but I think we started to help build a new culture about people, small change, working across disciplines and accepting risk.

Come and share your similar experiences!
@trotty1606UK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 1F
2022211:302AOnlineN/AWhat's in a name? What are the issues behind "official" domain names? Do we need just one domain to rule them all?

What problems are caused by multiple domain names? Should we have a free-for-all? Do tiny councils even want to run a website? Come chat about all things domain names - be they,,, etc.
Terence Eden / @edentUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 2A
2022211:302BOnlineN/AThe 1921 UK census has just been published - yay!!!! It's behind a paywall with excessive t's and c's - boo!!!!!!!

Join me to discuss if we can free this particular information, which is the kind of information that probably does want to be free
Peter Wells/ @peterkwellsUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 2B
2022211:302COnlineN/AIn June 2021 the Ministry of Justice announced a boost for open justice, with The National Archives (TNA) to publish Court Judgments and Tribunal Decisions from April this year.

Why now? What's so special about court judgments and why is TNA involved? What are we doing and what are the snags? (NB: there are lots of snags!).
What advice do GovCampers have about building digital services really fast, and then iterating quickly?
Dos / don't / hints / tips / and a chance to generally discuss something really interesting.
John Sheridan / @johnlsheridanUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 2C
2022211:302DOnlineN/ASession didn't take place
2022211:302EOnlineN/AHow do services work better with GDS and GOV.UK?

I work on Universal Credit, and we use GOV.UK a lot for users at the start of their journeys into Universal Credit. GDS owns the mainstream content on GOV.UK. I sometimes find that different ways of working (#zendesk), lack of domain knowledge and strict rules on proposition and data share can create problems when we're designing end-to-end. How do we work well together to create awesome user journeys, no matter where the start button goes?
Angela Moore @copycontentcoUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 2E
2022211:302FOpposite of hard, annoying, lame and frustrating commissioning - the strategy circle in action with fingerpainting.
Learn the skills to quickly filter buyer group needs in one page.
@parmanjohnUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 2F
2022211:302GCoffee chat session, just to meet people - Come meet a Canadian (im canadian) and I could answer questions about how Canada does stuff.@DerekAltonUK GovCamp 2022: Saturday, session 2G