We are hosting a series of Open Source meetups for people working in government to to exchange ideas and build a community. Find out how you can get involved.
The Open Standards Board has adopted two new standards. We invited the standard champions to talk about the benefits of their chosen standards and ways in which they complement each other.
Find out about our priorities for Open Source and how you can get involved with our work to make government code open and reusable.
Last week, at the Open Government Partnership summit in Paris, the UK government joined a new collective action that recognises the role of open source software in improving governance.
Catch up with the work the Open Standards team have been doing to streamline the processes we have, so we can better support the community and get a clearer picture of what works and what doesn’t.
James Stewart talks about his expanded role: developing our approach to technology leadership, open standards and architecture.
James Findlay, Chief Information Officer for HS2, blogs about an emergency services open standard that will transform the way emergency responders share information and will hopefully save lives.
In the Open Standards Board, we've been thinking about jobs: how they’re posted and how people find jobs they might want to apply for in the digital age. So we took up the challenge to find a well-used metadata schema for publishing vacancies online.
As active members of the web community with a strong commitment to open standards, we want to contribute what we're learning to efforts to ensure an open, standards-based web.
Linda Humphries, who currently leads the open standards team in GDS, reflects on how things have changed in the approach to government technology through open standards over the fast 4-5 years.