Government Digital Service (GDS)
Find out how Welsh public sector organisations migrated its email away from the PSN to the internet.
Find out how GDS uses a VPN to allow users to get access to services on the Public Services Network (PSN).
Find out how DFID migrated its email away from the Public Services Network to the internet.
This page provides summaries of Cross-Government Prosperity Fund global and sector programmes that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office delivers.
New regulations to make public sector websites and apps accessible to everyone, especially users with disabilities.
A survey of current activity in emerging technologies across government, with recommendations for future central government support and coordination.
We’re looking for views on whether the draft codes of practice and regulations on public service delivery are clear and usable.
This strategy sets out how the government will use digital to transform the relationship between the citizen and state.
Changes to UK Government National Action Plan processes
This consultation is asking for views on how the government and suppliers will work together to provide user-centred digital services.
The consultation seeks feedback on how the government can use data to improve public services for citizens and to improve decision-making.
We're improving government services and increasing the amount of public service mutuals to make services more effective for users.
This report provides interim maps and data for the UK public sector telecommunications and digital infrastructure.
This report provides maps and data of public sector telecommunications and digital infrastructure which government owns, leases or enables.
This plan explains how Cabinet Office and DCMS are implementing open formats for sharing and viewing government documents.
The 5 countries in the D5 group for leading digital governments signed a charter of principles for digital development.
Read about the 3 themes for the D5 London summit on digital government: teaching children to code, open markets and connectivity.
This document sets out how the government and external partners will help get people online.
How Digital Leaders are organising resources to implement digital strategies in government.
This document sets out how the government will help people who are not online.
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