Corporate report

Department for International Development Digital Strategy 2012 to 2015

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This strategy sets out DFID’s ‘digital by default’ vision and the actions we are going to take to deliver on this ambition.

Documents

Department for International Development Digital Strategy 2012 to 2015

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By 2015 digital processes and thinking should infuse all aspects of DFID’s work, driving greater efficiency and transparency and improving DFID’s influence in an increasingly networked world.

The priorities of the strategy are:

  1. Providing greater transparency to our activities
  2. Open policy making
  3. Improving the digital elements of programmes
  4. Improving the capabilities of our staff
  5. Getting access to resources and the right tools
  6. Improving the quality and consistency of transactions