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29 November 2023 — News story
A new brand, Government Digital and Data, has been launched today to bring together the growing number of digital and tech specialists working in government to improve public services in the long-term.
25 July 2023 — Blog post
A year on from the launch of the Transforming for a Digital Future strategy, Sam Lawler, Deputy Director, Strategy, Analysis and Reform at CDDO shares highlights and learnings so far.
29 November 2023 — Policy paper
How the government will improve the way digital and data is used across central departments by 2025.
29 September 2023 — Guidance
General principles on the government’s use of generative artificial intelligence (AI), which can be used to create new text, images, video, audio, or code.
29 September 2023 — Blog post
The Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) leads the digital, data and technology (DDaT) function for government.
1 December 2023 — Guidance
The Central Digital and Data Office’s calendar of upcoming events.
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