This week I spoke at the Local Government Digital Service Standard Summit about the challenges GDS faced in encouraging adoption of the Digital Service Standard. I wanted to share my experiences of the event and the possibilities for transforming local government digital services.
Tony Brown, Category Lead at Crown Commercial Service (CCS) tells us what public sector customers need to do as their GSi Convergence Framework contracts come to an end and how they’ll save money doing it.
James Stewart talks about why we are committed to the cloud, how this commitment has changed how we think about technology, and what we plan to do next.
The Supplier Standard was announced by Ben Gummer, Minister for the Cabinet Office, on 7 September 2016. Andy Beale talks about how important the principles of the Standard are for building relationships between government and industry.
Digital Marketplace has been working with the Australian government's Digital Transformation Office to share knowledge and code on how to develop a Marketplace that will break down the barriers to technology procurement.
Victoria Ford talks about the benefits of collaborating with government departments to deliver common technology solutions
Today, we’re pleased to be able to announce the new Technology Code of Practice. The feedback we received from government departments, the tech industry and other interested parties has been a huge help. But we also identified further areas for improvement.
James Stewart talks about his expanded role: developing our approach to technology leadership, open standards and architecture.
The UK government’s role as a member of the Digital 5 (D5) is as important today as ever. Louise Sheridan talks about her experiences at the D5 Officials meeting in New Zealand.
Lauraine Hogg, Head of Estates and Services for the Northern Ireland Office talks about the department's IT transformation.
Getting people involved in the process of writing the new Technology Code of Practice has been incredibly useful. Now we need your support to craft the final iteration.