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Podcast: How has digital changed public sector organisations?

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In the latest episode of the Government Digital Service podcast, we speak to people from across the public sector about how digital has affected their lives, their careers and the organisations they work for.

March 2019 marks 30 years since Tim Berners-Lee submitted his proposal on information management, which would lead to the World Wide Web. To mark this anniversary, we spoke to senior people from across the digital public sector.

Those who contributed to this episode are:

  • Kevin Cunnington, Director General of the Government Digital Service
  • Sally Meecham, Head of Digital Data and Transformation for UK Research and Innovation
  • Caron Alexander, Director of Digital Shared Services for Northern Ireland’s Department of Finance
  • Matthew Cain, Head of Digital and Data from the London Borough of Hackney
  • Caren Fullerton, Chief Digital Officer for the Welsh Government

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You can read a transcript of the podcast on Podbean.

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