David Wilde joins DADI

DADI technology is a perfect fit for central and local government and David is ideally placed to help implement it

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DADI is conceived as a project with community at its heart – sharing 90% of its revenue with the people and businesses that come together to provide the infrastructure that supports the network – so it’s a natural fit for scale projects in central and local government.

In pursuit of this, DADI is pleased to announce the appointment of David Wilde as an advisor. David has over 30 years in central and local government leadership spanning policy, large scale operations, strategy, technology, digital and whole service transformation. David was previously the Chief Information Officer for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and has held the role at multiple large councils, including Essex, Westminster City and Waltham Forest.

His expertise in practical application of new technologies in the sector will bring invaluable experience as DADI seeks to develop cost-effective (and in some cases cost-neutral) propositions to deliver digital services essential to modern society.

“We are delighted to have David on board,” says Joseph Denne, Founder and CEO of DADI. “Our work with the public sector is an important component in the rollout of our technology.”

“I’m delighted to be part of this venture, a radical new use of Blockchain that unlocks and repurposes latent assets to deliver truly decentralised digital services at scale,” David Wilde said.

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