4–7 Nov 2019
Dafydd Vaughan

Dafydd Vaughan
Affiliate, Public Digital


Dafydd Vaughan (he/him) is an affiliate at Public Digital and a digital technology specialist with extensive experience in transforming complex legacy IT and coaching technology teams as they build new digital services. Previously, he was a senior technical architect at the Government Digital Service, where he led teams that transitioned Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency’s (DVLA‘s) IT services back in-house, and delivered new digital services such as viewing your driving license, buying and selling vehicles, and taxing your vehicle; he spent two years leading the team that operated Gov.uk; and he set up a consultancy, Cedyrn, to advise large organizations on the replacement of legacy technology, adoption of public cloud services, and how to build strong digital teams.


13:2514:05 Thursday, 7 November 2019
Location: Hall A1
James Stewart (Jystewart.net), Dafydd Vaughan (Public Digital)
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Leading organizations focus their efforts on meeting user needs and avoiding the trap of large-scale enterprise architecture plans. With competing technology demands, it's hard to establish a common vision, let alone dependencies between teams and systems. James Stewart and Dafydd Vaughan explain how developing a solid set of principles can help you solve problems across complicated organizations. Read more.
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