The relationship between citizen and state can only transform if we create and maintain meaningful relationships with government departments. Kevin Cunnington shares some of what he learned from the inaugural GDS roadshow.
Last year on International Women’s Day, we publicly announced the GDS Parity Pledge. A year later, how have we done?
The GDS Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) network went to this year’s UKGovcamp to talk about cultural diversity in the workplace.
Half a decade on, GDS remains committed to its original principles: building and supporting services that put the user first. Here are some of the things I am looking forward to us working on in the next year.
GDS turns 5 this week (officially on Thursday 8 December), and we’re celebrating all week.
We’re going to spend some time on this blog looking back at the story so far. We’ll also look forward to the future.
This week, there has been a series of events running across the country to celebrate National Get Online Week. We also announced the GDS charity of the year, Dragon Hall.
We hold all-staff meetings to share what we’ve achieved and talk about what we’ll be doing next. People wanted to try an ‘unconference’ so everyone could get more involved.
Earlier this month we welcomed a group of GCSE and A-Level computing students into GDS from north London comprehensive school Fortismere.
The slides aren't the thing. They're what make you pay attention to the thing.
Look back at #Sprint16 as it happened with the GDS live blog.