Megan Lee, Chief Executive of CDDO discusses the findings of Google’s Civil Service Digital Skills Survey alongside the opportunities and challenges that the government faces to attract and retain the best digital talent in a fiercely competitive environment.
Megan Lee Devlin, Chief Executive, CDDO
Megan Lee Devlin is Chief Executive of the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO), responsible for leading the government’s digital transformation from the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) in the Cabinet Office. CDDO leads the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) function for HMG by putting the right conditions and capabilities in place to enable departments to transform through digital and technology. Megan joined the Civil Service from McKinsey & Company, where she worked with private sector and public sector organisations on technology, analytics and organisational transformation topics.
Megan Lee, Chief Executive, reflects on the first year of CDDO. Here, she outlines the crucial importance of communities and collaboration to deliver digital transformation at scale across government. Central to this transformation is the desire to achieve better outcomes for all.
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