Tom Read, CEO of GDS, and Joanna Davinson, Executive Director of the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO), provide an update on the future for their respective organisations.
Posts about who we are and how we work.
A year on from moving to remote working, GDS’s Internal Communications team reflects on employee engagement challenges and successes.
This month we hear from some of the teams behind the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable People Service - a critical part of the cross-government coronavirus response.
Alex Chisholm, Chief Operating Officer for the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office, announces new senior leadership appointments in the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Profession.
The final episode of the Government Digital Service Podcast in 2020 takes a look back at what happened over the past 12 months at GDS.
GDS turns 9 this year, and colleagues across the organisation are marking the occasion by sharing their memories since joining, and what they are doing at GDS now.
The UK celebrates Black History Month in October. Throughout the month, the Government Digital Service has been hosting events and activities centred on the theme of “Black Excellence”. On our latest podcast, we discuss Black excellence in tech with colleagues and other public servants about careers, advice for young Black people interested in working in tech, and actions for allies to implement.
The UK has come second in the Digital Government Index (DGI) of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). We share why this is important, and what's next for us.
In Alison Pritchard's final blog post as Director General for GDS, she reflects on her 13-month tenure.
New social media platforms and trends, and trends on these platforms, spring up all the time. To keep users of the GDS Social Media Playbook informed, Vanessa Schneider highlights key changes and updates.