For over a decade, we’ve had the privilege of working alongside some of the leading public sector organisations making change happen. From supporting Homes England as their digital transformation partner to radically rethinking how technology can support children’s social care with FamilyStory. We've been involved in truly innovative work developing The Union's future operating model in North East Lincolnshire, providing seamless health and social care for citizens through the pandemic and beyond, and we're proud to have brought digital innovation to the transport network for rural residents with Ride. More recently we’ve been proud to collaborate with NHS Blood and Transplant to support donors as part of the nation’s COVID-19 response.
It's been a pleasure to work on these and so many more impactful projects, alongside our inspiring clients, improving services and improving outcomes for so many people.
In recent years, we’ve been on a journey of growth and change, always centred around our ambition to radically change public services. It seems hard to imagine now that only three years ago, Uscreates became part of the FutureGov family, doubling our size and supporting our expansion into health and the third sector. And two years ago, we joined The Panoply, a group of like-minded and purpose-driven organisations, sharing our values, ways of working and mission while supporting us to have the breadth of skills and scale to transform public services in the UK and abroad at speed.
Through every change, we’ve set our sights on growth for the sole purpose of having the capabilities and skills to support total transformation of public services. Growth that puts us in a position to take on the big, profoundly different and complex challenges that the public sector faces.
Which brings us to the next step in our journey in making an even bigger impact. With all the success and incredible work we’ve done together, we cannot underestimate how much more there is to do.
Over the summer months, you may have heard the news that this year, alongside the other companies within The Panoply, we’d be coming together as a new, single organisation so we can continue delivering the best possible impact and outcomes for people.
Today is that day and we’re proud to launch TPXimpact.
As TPXimpact, we’ll have the scale and capabilities to truly deliver impactful, sustainable, digital transformation to enrich how individuals and society experience the world.
In practical terms
Our name will change quite quickly on social media, and slowly, we’ll transition our people, our work and our insights over to the new organisation.
We’ll continue delivering our ongoing work, we’ll continue building and strengthening our relationships and partnerships, and we look forward to seeing you at all of the planned events for the remainder of the calendar year: Solace Summit where we’ll be talking about levelling up, an upcoming round table session we’re hosting with ADASS, joining in at Ada’s List Conference and sharing our thoughts on place leadership at CCN Conference, to name a few. And each month, we’ll continue delivering our podcast with LGC: The Local Authority podcast.
We’ve always been about people
FutureGov is and has always been more than a brand. It’s more than the vibrant pink and more than our badges or stickers.
FutureGov has always been about people. It’s about the change we deliver every day for our clients and the networks of individuals and partners we’ve connected with along the way. It’s about the culture and relentless determination to positively change public services. It’s about being a bold, if at times challenging, voice to the sector, and it’s about the passion and energy we bring to our work. FutureGov has always been about creating a movement for change, because we deeply care about making things better.
None of this changes today.
We’ll continue bringing agile, multidisciplinary teams and design thinking to the most important, complex challenges of the 21st-century. We’ll continue showing up every day, with bold ideas and the energy for our work, because we really do love what we do.
I hope you’ll continue with us on this journey, as we strive every day to build better, stronger public services for people and be a force for good in this world.