Alison Pritchard was named interim Director General of the Government Digital Service in August 2019. In this post, Alison shares her journey in government so far and talks about what she's looking forward to delivering in the next few months.
Sprint is the flagship annual GDS event, bringing together people working across government to learn more about how digital transformation is improving the lives of people.
As we prepare for our Sprint 19 event in London in September, here are 4 things we’ve learned from the 4 Sprint events we’ve held so far this year. You will also find information about how to register for the London event.
This year we're holding 5 Sprint events across the UK to showcase the best in digital transformation. Find out where they'll be and how you can register your interest to attend.
If you didn’t get a chance to attend Sprint 18, make sure you read our live blog from the day. It includes a summary of what happened, photos, videos and tweets.
Sprint 18 is coming up in 1 week – on 10 May. Kevin Cunnington talks about the themes Sprint will focus on, and how they drive our work and our purpose – to help government work better for everyone.
Earlier this month I visited GDS staff in the White Chapel Building with my senior management team. I was last there in the summer – and it was great to see everyone now fully settled in. The office felt like …
On 10 May GDS will be hosting Sprint 18. This will be an event to celebrate all the great work that has been done so far to transform government – and to look at what we’ll be doing next.
Every now and then we do well by taking stock of where we are and to map out the future. Sprint 16 was one of those moments.
Look back at #Sprint16 as it happened with the GDS live blog.
In two weeks time, on 11 February, we’ll welcome over 450 people to Sprint 16 at the British Film Institute in London.