Jamie Arnold has been part of GDS since the very beginning, working on the early stages of GOV.UK and many other projects since.
Last week we welcomed visitors from the US Digital Service and 18F over here for the best part of a week to swap stories, experiences, and mistakes.
A week or so ago, Felicity Singleton wrote about preparing for Government as a Platform. Felicity talked about four workstreams we’ve begun to look at as part of our preparation work.
Government technology boring? Not from where I’m standing.
Congratulations to the team at Companies House for taking their new free information service into public beta today.
Two friends of GDS have written great blog posts in the last week. So great, we thought we'd mention them here, so you can read them too.
Back in March, just before the pre-election period began and, like the rest of the Civil Service, we had to keep quiet for a while, Mike Bracken wrote this post.
For many of us it may be hard to imagine life without digital technology or the internet. But what about the *20% of UK adults (that’s over 10 million) who don’t have the access, opportunity, or skills to take part …
Following feedback from all over government, and working with a host of internal teams here at GDS, we are pleased to announce the new, revised Digital Service Standard.
Just over a year ago GDS produced its first Social Media Playbook. This was designed to support community managers coming into GDS to help them learn how we do things and what best practice should look like.