Ministerial role

Parliamentary Secretary (Minister for Implementation)

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include:

  • efficiency and controls
  • cyber and resilience
  • Single Departmental Plans
  • Infrastructure and Projects Authority
  • Civil Service HR (including Trade Unions and pensions)
  • Government Digital Service
  • Government Property
  • commercial and Crown Commercial Service
  • commercial models
  • Shared services
  • Government Security group
  • “What works” and behaviour change
  • Public appointments

Current role holder: Oliver Dowden CBE MP

Oliver Dowden CBE was appointed as Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office on 9 January 2018. He was elected as the MP for Hertsmere in May 2015.

Announcements

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  1. Oliver Dowden CBE MP - conference address at techUK on 06 September 2018

    • Speech
  2. Almost half of government digital spend now goes to SMEs

    • News story
  3. Trade Union Facility Time Publication Service: 2017-2018 Data published

    • News story
  4. Social innovators receive £360,000 of government funding to tackle the UK’s biggest challenges

    • News story
  5. Government completes 26 major projects that deliver policy priorities and improve public services

    • News story
  6. Thousands of small businesses lined up for G-Cloud 10

    • News story
  7. Review launched to encourage more disabled people to take up high profile public appointments

    • Press release
  8. A government that works for everyone

    • Speech
  9. Government calls on technology firms to help tackle the UK’s biggest challenges

    • Press release
  10. New changes to encourage small businesses to apply for government contracts

    • Press release