In this episode of the GDS podcast, the founding members of the International Design in Government community talk about how the group began, its development and its impact, and they reveal some top tips on community management. They also discuss the community's past and upcoming events.
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GDS senior creative writers Angus Montgomery and Sarah Stewart discuss the role of writers in government and how clear writing can help people to do their jobs better. If you’re asked to write a blog post, opinion piece or presentation, here are Angus and Sarah’s 10 tips for clear writing.
In the latest episode of the GDS podcast, senior writer Sarah Stewart talks to Chantal Donaldson-Foyer, Head of Product, and Warren Smith, Programme Director, about the Global Digital Marketplace.
In the latest episode of the Government Digital Service Podcast, GDS Director General Kevin Cunnington talks about his time so far in tech and digital government and discusses GDS’s plans for the future.
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.
Listen to the minister talk about his highlights from the past year, his passion for emerging technology and his surprising first job in tech.
Listen to former Department for Work and Pensions deputy director Kit Collingwood look back on her time in the civil service and discover how she founded the OneTeamGov movement.
For our last podcast of 2018 we thought we'd look back over the past year. Listen to us talk about what GDS has achieved and what we're looking forward to in 2019.
For our latest podcast episode we're joined by Liz Lutgendorff and Rosa Fox from the GDS Women's Network. We talk about why the network was set up, what it does and discuss wider issues of inclusion and diversity.
GDS’s open standards lead Terence Eden joins us on our latest podcast. He talks about his mission to make government more open and the risks and rewards of emerging technology.