All ministerial department corporate sites, as well as those of the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, are now on the single government domain.
"The GDS should increase its behavioural research to see what prevents capable internet users from using online public services more. Our research suggests there are reasons other than lack of awareness, frustration with services or lack of trust. Some users feel that, while a digital channel is appropriate for shopping, it is not formal enough for some government business. GDS needs to understand these behaviours".
Members of the Open Standards Board have been announced.
The UK Cabinet Office (CO) supports the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, and ensure the effective running of government. The CO is also the corporate headquarters for government, in partnership with HM Treasury, and takes the lead in critical policy areas including: supporting collective government, helping to ensure the effective development, coordination and implementation [...]
GOV.UK is the new place for corporate and policy information from the Cabinet Office.
The Next Generation Shared Services Strategy outlines how government departments and arms-length bodies will work together to share functions such as HR, procurement, finance and payroll to deliver potential savings of between £400 and £600 million a year in administration costs.
Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, unveiled the pilot of the Government
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude welcomes signing of e-Libya agreement by the UK and Libya
The launch of a second SME-friendly “G-Cloud framework”, giving more companies an opportunity to supply G-Cloud services through the CloudStore online catalogue, illustrates the progress in implementing the Government’s ICT Str…
Francis Maude: “We are confident that the PSN programme will substantially reduce the cost of communication services across government.”