It’s time to update you on what’s been happening on our work with data.
Blogposts about who we are and how we work.
Last month I was invited to give a talk as at the Cambridge University Computer Science lab.
A few years ago, I stood up at the first GDS all-staff meeting and told everyone there to “look sideways”, by which I meant: don’t get stuck in silos of your own making.
Three months ago, when I was appointed Minister for the Cabinet Office, one of the first things I wanted to do was visit GDS. I'd worked with GDS over recent years, and I’m a huge supporter of GDS's mission.
You’ll have seen the media coverage over the past few days since Mike announced that he is leaving. Last week was a busy week sorting things out and speaking to people about what happens next.
At the end of last week I went to see my boss, John Manzoni to tell him I’m leaving government.
A few weeks ago, we welcomed some friends from America to our office in London, members of the United States Digital Service (USDS) and 18F.
A little rant, if you’ll forgive the indulgence. It includes a confession, to make up for the ranting.
Back in January, the Australian government said it would be setting up a new Digital Transformation Office. That was great news. We were happy to welcome Australia to our international community of governments
Jamie Arnold has been part of GDS since the very beginning, working on the early stages of GOV.UK and many other projects since.