PRESS RELEASE: Sysdoc UK CEO elected to Central Government Council
Feb. 15, 2019 - LONDON, UK - We are delighted to confirm that Clare Hill, our UK CEO has been elected to the techUK Central Government Council (CGC). The 2019 CGC is formed of a diverse range of tech industry leaders who will champion the sector and drive an ambitious programme of activity with government.
This year, the Council is made up of 10 representatives from SMEs, in addition to a further 10 from larger companies. Clare Hill said "I am delighted to represent the SME community on the Central Government Council. There is huge talent, innovation and agility in the SME market that can add significant value to how public services are run and delivered."
Clare Hill, UK CEO
"At Sysdoc, we are passionate about enabling people to work in a simpler smarter way, I am very much looking forward to driving and leading the debate on a wide range of issues including the role tech plays in the UK and the importance of investing in people when driving digital/technical change.".
The elections were highly competitive, with more than two people standing for every seat. The CGC's primary role is to represent the tech sector at a high level to government, and set the strategic direction of techUK's central government programme. The Council is due to meet for the first time in the coming months.
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