The Minister for Cabinet Office announced the launch of the Government Transformation Strategy, which charts the direction of the digitally enabled transformation of government.
How we're transforming digital services across government. There's more detail on our digital transformation blog.
Standards Assurance team announce savings of £339 million by working with departments to apply the digital and technology spend controls for the 2015 to 2016 financial year.
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.
Last year, the Australian government set up a team tasked with transforming government to make services easier to use – the Digital Transformation Agency. Here's the approach they’ve taken over the past 15 months.
Kevin previously wrote about how GDS needs to make a commitment to collaborate with all government departments. This post announces 2 new senior appointments to GDS. Both will play a vital part in making that collaboration happen.
At the Transforming Together event, Kevin Cunnington set out his initial views on what GDS is here to do and how we’re going to do it.
Our job is digital transformation of government, and now feels like a good time to outline how we are going to do that.
A couple of weeks ago, our colleagues at NHS.UK wrapped up the first phase of their alpha build.
Today we have a guest post from GDS alumni. Previously part of the GDS transformation programme, Natalie Taylor now works at London’s City Hall as Senior Manager for Digital Transformation.
Allon Lister and I recently paid what is probably our final visit to our old friends at the Carer’s Allowance Unit in Preston where we had helped build the Carer’s Allowance Digital Service.