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Buying digitally, with social purpose

Homepage of the Digital Buying Guide.

The Government Digital Service worked with organisations across government, alongside multilaterals, to create the Digital Buying Guide. It helps civil servants in governments across the world improve their procurement processes. Read to find out how and why it was created.

Leading the digital, data and technology (DDaT) response to coronavirus

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A sign that reads "DDaT Profession".

Chris Ferguson, Director of National, International, Research, Service Design and Assurance and DDaT COVID-19 Hub at the Government Digital Service, takes stock of how we responded to coronavirus (COVID-19) to date, and reflects on how GDS's past paved the way.

Promoting gender equality and social inclusion through public procurement

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The Global Digital Marketplace team and partners at Oxford Insights explain how governments can reform public procurement, making it more inclusive whilst opening up supply chains, giving access to marginalised communities and driving economic growth.