Policy paper

Government ICT strategy: strategic implementation plan

Strategic implementation plan for government information and communications technology (ICT) planning and use.

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

This publication was withdrawn on

The former ICT Strategy ran from March 2011 for 24 months. Current guidance is now contained in the Service Design Manual, particularly the Resources for Chief Technology Officers.


Government ICT strategy: strategic implementation plan

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The Strategic Implementation Plan on ICT planning and deployment provides a reference for central government and is designed to be read alongside the government’s ICT Strategy. The Government ICT Strategy described our longer term programmes of reform to improve government ICT and make greater savings.

The Strategic Implementation Plan provides an overview of how we will implement the strategy and summarises the individual plans for each delivery area.

Published 27 October 2011