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Harry Metcalfe

Harry is a digital entrepreneur specialising in public sector technology delivery, with interests in the culture of work, public service, information security, organisational design and governance, diversity and feminism, and privacy and copyright reform. In 2008, Harry founded his company, dxw, to help the public sector address its fundamental challenges around technology delivery and cultural change. dxw works with organisations across the public sector, helping them to learn, improve and deliver. The company is now recognised as a leading supplier of modern, agile, user-centred digital public services to government. In 2018, Harry co-founded dxw cyber with Glyn Wintle to help organisations make similar changes to the way they make their products and services secure. Harry has been a volunteer for the Open Rights Group since its inception, initially as a member of the board before moving to the advisory council in 2018.