London Councils marks Local Digital Declaration with new London Office of Technology and Innovation (LOTI)
London Councils, which represents the 32 boroughs and the City of London Corporation, has marked its signing the Local Digital Declaration with the announcement of the establishment of the London Office of Technology and Innovation (LOTI).
LOTI, which started its search for a new director this week, will be a new city-wide vehicle to improve outcomes for all Londoners by supporting greater collaboration between the London boroughs and enable faster scaling of technology, data and skills across London’s public services.
The new venture marks the organisation’s signing the Local Digital Declaration through which local public service bodies are raising their ambition for digital transformation.
Phil Glanville, Mayor of Hackney and London Councils’ Digital Champion said:
"The London boroughs have been at the forefront of digital innovation in the public services in the UK and we are determined to be at the cutting edge to ensure that all Londoners benefit from digital technology – from improving air quality through smart technology to improving front-line services. LOTI will provide the drive and the support to make this a reality."
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