The challenges of building effective services for all and some of the work we're doing to make services as inclusive as possible.
The relationship between citizen and state can only transform if we create and maintain meaningful relationships with government departments. Kevin Cunnington shares some of what he learned from the inaugural GDS roadshow.
Lots of my blog posts in recent months have included a bit of moaning about failure waste - problems created by poorly-designed services, most of them decades old and paper-heavy, that leave their users with nothing but questions.
Terrific news from Australia: the government there has announced a new Digital Transformation Office and tasked it with "using technology to make services simpler, clearer and faster for Australian families and businesses."
It was my birthday on Wednesday, and Companies House sent me a present: they moved to GOV.UK that day.
We’ve published a couple of big updates, both to the Digital Strategy and to the transformation programme. Between them, they’ll give you a picture of just how much we’ve achieved in the last twelve months.
More and more teams across government are getting involved in the transformation programme. We asked Mat Costick to write about his experiences working on an Agile project. I'm the portfolio test manager for several projects at the Home Office. We’ve …
This week, Mike Beaven, Director of Transformation at GDS, reflects on the first year anniversary of GOV.UK and the progress made on the exemplar transformation programme. Follow Mike on twitter: @MichaelCBeaven
A couple of weeks ago, the team who worked on the visit visa alpha for the Home Office came in to GDS to talk about how it went. We asked Katy Arnold and Chris Atherton to explain a bit more …
This week news of an office move at GDS, as well as new developments on open standards and the launch of Go ON North East. Rewired State are holding a Parliament Hack Day on 16 and 17 November, Ben Terrett and Josh …