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                                    | Day 1, July 13th:
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Updated as of 18th May 2022. Time Slots will be in GMT+ 8.
Wheel
09:00 - 09:30
Registration opens
09:30 - 10:30
Plenary Keynote
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10:15 - 11:15
Protecting the government's biggest asset - staff
Public sector officials played a vital role keeping nations moving during the pandemic, and government agencies continuing to look at how to boost their wellbeing and happiness. In this session we will discuss how public sector agencies can improve satisfaction among staff by adopting new technology, tools, and strategies for their wellness and work.
11:30 - 12:30
Developing the new generation of public servants
What makes the perfect public servant? Government agencies are increasingly looking for outside-the-box thinkers, not just booksmart candidates. Government agencies rethinking traditional hiring and training strategies will share what the next generation public servant looks like, how they can be best trained to serve the public, and the infrastructure and tools that will let them flourish.
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch Roundtable
14:00 - 15:00
Mental health: A new frontier for care
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the world focused its attention on medical miracles related to physical health. But how can governments now look to improve mental health across society? Mental health experts will explore the challenges to citizens’ wellness and what governments can do to address them.
15:15 - 16:15
Disease X - How to prepare for future pandemics
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the course of human history, but it could be just the beginning. A potential unknown pathogen, referred to by the UN as ‘Disease X’, could be just around the corner. In this session we’ll explore how societies are making themselves pandemic-proof and building readiness for the next global health crisis.
16:15 - 17:15
Going beyond liveable: Towards lovable cities
Pride. Passion. Joy. Smart cities can bring us towards livability, but how can government agencies collaborate together to create thriving societies? As Singapore enters a new post-pandemic era, this session will explore how cities can go one step further from livability and foster lovability.
10:00 - 11:00
Driving economic recovery
with innovation
As nations enter the post-pandemic age, nations are looking to boost their economic recovery to make up for lost time. In this session we discuss how innovation is at the heart of economic recovery, and how new technologies and strategies will provide opportunities for growth.
11:15 - 12:15
Exploring the benefits of blockchain
across government
Blockchain technology is commonly associated with NFTs and cryptocurrencies, but its uses for government are still uncharted territory. Public agencies using blockchain will share how the technology has taken their services to the next level, and discuss what's next for the innovative tool.
12:15 - 13:45
Lunch Roundtable
13:45 - 14:45
Creating future-proof cities
Smart Cities bring everyday convenience to citizens, but how can they help in times of crisis? This session will explore how smart city technology, IoT, and data can help make urban areas resilient to climate threats and security challenges.
15:00 - 16:00
A new network: The impact of 5G
5G is said to have a transformative effect on society, but how is it shaping the future of government? In this session, panelists will explore the impact of 5G in the public sector so far, such as driving IoT innovation and making previously impossible services a reality.
16:15 - 17:15
Going beyond liveable: Towards lovable cities
Pride. Passion. Joy. Smart cities can bring us towards livability, but how can government agencies collaborate together to create thriving societies? As Singapore enters a new post-pandemic era, this session will explore how cities can go one step further from livability and foster lovability.
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Wheel
09:00 - 09:30
Registration opens
09:30 - 10:00
Plenary Keynote
10:00 - 11:00
How government agencies can decarbonise
Climate change is an existential threat, and every organisation has a part to play, including government agencies. In this session we’ll present a guide for government agencies looking to cut their carbon emissions. This includes adopting renewable energy, using sustainable building materials or ‘greening’ technology.
11:15 - 12:15
Beyond tech: A nature-first approach to climate resilience
As governments around the world develop climate action plans, there has been a growing awareness that environmental change will come not just from technological solutions, but from re-evaluating and re-imagining our relationships with nature. This panel will explore how governments can turn to nature-based solutions and draw inspiration from indigenous communities to become more climate resilient.
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12:15 - 13:45
Lunch 
13:45 - 14:45
Untangling the supply chain
Every country relies on international partners for vital imports, but the supply chain is fragile. Just a single boat in the Suez Canal can bring untold disruption. Bringing together the agencies that rely on imports, experts on trade, and IT specialists, we will discuss how to upgrade the supply chain and bring its processes new resilience.
15:00 - 16:00
How to make the most of natural resources
Every historic sailor knows that managing resources is key to surviving long-haul voyages. In this session, we’ll be exploring how countries can make the most of their natural resources to keep their societies moving and growing.
16:15 - 17:15
Accelerating international collaborations with cross border data flows
The world is facing global challenges that can only be solved with international knowledge sharing. This session will bring together government agencies sharing data across borders and working collaboratively with other nations. Experts will discuss how data can enable global teamwork and how these opportunities can be developed further.
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10:15 - 11:15
Democracy 2.0: The future of public sector engagement
Governments are created by the people, for the people. But how can governments improve how they hear citizen concerns, learn from citizen insights, and create citizen-centric services? This panel discussion will explore how government agencies can build better services and platforms to engage and hear from citizens each, enabling Democracy 2.0.
11:30 - 12:30
Every public servant, a developer
Traditionally public servants were split into two groups: the citizen-focused staff and the IT experts that bring digital services to life. But is this separation leading to the best results for citizens? In this session we’ll explore how public servants across government are playing a larger role in digital applications, ensuring that services are citizen-centric to the core.
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch Roundtable
14:00 - 15:00
What's Next for Virtual Engagement?
Video communication has become widespread across education, healthcare, and other government agencies, improving accessibility and citizen engagement. This session will dive into how government agencies are using virtual collaboration technology to further transform the way they work, assist law enforcement, streamline emergency response, and more.
15:15 - 16:15
Hybrid Work: Promises, Pitfalls, and Pathways
As the pandemic recedes from view, hybrid work looks like it’s here to stay. In Singapore, the public service is taking the lead on hybrid work, and encouraging businesses to follow suit. in this session, panelists will explore the promises that hybrid work models offer, the potential pitfalls associated with hybrid work, and how agencies can ensure that hybrid work remains secure with zero-trust.
16:15 - 17:15
Accelerating international collaborations with cross border data flows
The world is facing global challenges that can only be solved with international knowledge sharing. This session will bring together government agencies sharing data across borders and working collaboratively with other nations. Experts will discuss how data can enable global teamwork and how these opportunities can be developed further.
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                                    | Day 2, July 14th:
Updated as of 18th May 2022. Time Slots will be in GMT+ 8.
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