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Understanding the new Digital and Technology Spend controls

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The new get approval to spend service has launched, find out more about how we’ve made the spend controls process easier and more effective for government organisations.

Single Service Owners: bridging the gaps to make ‘Great’ services

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A key part of ensuring our services are the best they can be and delivered at the lowest cost is ownership of the end-to-end journey. Find out more about why single-service ownership, what it is and what's next in the latest CDDO blog.

Services Week 2024

18-22 March Services Week 2024. Government Digital and Data

Services Week is returning for the sixth time this year and will be taking place from 18 to 22 March 2024. The annual event series is run by the Government Digital and Data community for people working in the UK public sector. 

Crafting impactful narratives: unveiling service excellence through storytelling

Rachael Gittins from the Performance and Assurance team at CDDO shares how embarking on a new role as the CDDO Improvements and Support Manager shared the fine art of Service Assessment storytelling.

Making ‘Great’ services: what is the Top75?

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Government committed to getting 50 of the Top 75 services to a ‘great’ standard by 2025 in the roadmap for digital and data. Read more about why 75 and what transforming government services actually means.

A new data standard for trade policy

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Learn more about how the Department for Business and Trade are working with the Data Standards Authority and gathering feedback from across government and industry stakeholders to help refine and validate the proposed UK Tariff Data Standard.