On 28th February, GOV.UK released a second beta – INSIDE GOVERNMENT.
So, six weeks later, what have we learned? From the benefits of ‘storytime’ to the real value of precocious developers, Pete Herlihy outlines some of the things the team learned delivering this release.
On 4th April 2012, Dr Andy Hopkirk facilitated a roundtable on behalf of ICT Futures on Competition and European Interaction. Liam Maxwell, Deputy Government CIO, examines the appropriateness of this facilitation based on information which has since come to light.
Today, the Digital Advisory Board was announced by Francis Maude. Martha Lane Fox explains the Boards remit and introduces the other members of the Board.
On Monday 23rd April, Race Online 2012 handed the baton on to Go ON UK.
As with most of our releases and work at the Government Digital Service, we release our work early for review and comment. Recently the Identity Assurance Programme Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group, a working group of the main board, issued the following principles for discussion. Although not yet ratified by the full board, these principles clearly set out the main thrusts of user control and transparency which underpin the entire programme.
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Fresh out of a roundtable discussion on the Open Standards: Open Opportunities consultation, Linda Humphries discusses whether open can really mean closed.
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Last week, Don Thibeau, Chairman and Director at large of Open Identity Exchange (OIX) , and Executive Director of The OpenID Foundation paid a visit to the UK. Recognising common issues around fraud and identity, he discussed the need for a ‘team of rivals’ to come together to resolve these issues.
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The third phase of the beta of GOV.UK