By making use of cloud services we’re providing the right technology to make sharing government buildings easier.
We want to grow a government community to help us find a useful standard approach to ‘common’ desktop builds and we want you to take part.
We recently organised a Tech Leaders session at Facebook’s London HQ. I wanted to share what I learned from them and other global tech companies about their approach to trust and privacy.
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.
Last week I said a fond farewell to GDS as my time as the Government’s Chief Technology Office came to an end. I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on what I have seen and learnt over the last 4 years at GDS.
At a recent Technology Leaders meeting we agreed that the internet is ok for the vast majority of the work that the public sector does. But what does that mean for the future of the Public Services Network?
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.
We’re working on GovWifi: a service for public sector buildings which allows civil servants, contractors, and guests to sign in to wifi automatically, even in buildings they’ve never been to before.