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.
David is a Technology Advisor at GDS, and writes policy and policy guidance for the Technology Group. He is currently leading on the creation of the new Technology Code of Practice.
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.
A few weeks ago we asked for your feedback on the new Technology Code of Practice. We wanted to pick out some of the areas where people have provided feedback, and talk about what we’ve done to tackle those areas.
We’re currently re-writing the Technology Code of Practice. On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we wanted to share one of our early decisions with you.
As Mark Smith mentioned in his blog a couple-of-weeks ago, our trial of the new PSN compliance process has now moved into public beta.
Lots of you have been keenly following the alpha trials of the new PSN compliance process.
Back in September, James Duncan, the CTO of the Public Services Network (PSN), discussed our aims to make things simpler and clearer for PSN customers.