Learn more about Secure by Design which has been cemented as a necessity in both the Government Cyber Security Strategy and the Transforming for a Digital Future: 2022 to 2025 roadmap for digital and data. Both strategies reinforce the need of embedding cyber security into the delivery of digital services - at every stage.
A great service works well for users, efficiently. CDDO has been collaborating with service teams across government to learn how services can become more efficient.
The Data Maturity Assessment for Government helps public sector organisations improve how they harness the power of data to improve the speed and quality of our public services, sharpen policy making decisions and boost our operational efficiency.
CDDO has worked with experts and digital leaders from across government to develop the newly published Functional Standard for the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) function. Read about why we are publishing a new standard and how it was developed.
Find out how the Central Digital and Data Office are collaborating across government to define and deliver great services.
As part of the 2022-2025 roadmap for digital and data, the Central Digital and Data Office is working on developing a Data Marketplace for departments.
We’re taking a user-centred approach to this work, focusing on the needs of those civil servants who use data in their roles, whether that’s for operational or analytical purposes. Read more about CDDO’s ambitious user research, three-stranded, programme: discover data; design a data share; and deliver data consistently.
Our cross-government Cloud community is helping us make the right decisions about Cloud: Which Cloud? Private or Public? Managed service? Infrastructure as code? In this blog Phil Chatterton, Chief Enterprise Architect shares his thoughts on what next.
It’s six months since we launched the Transforming for a Digital Future strategy. Megan Lee Devlin, Chief Executive of CDDO discusses the impressive progress we, and government, have made against our original six missions.
The DDaT Profession Talent team at CDDO have been developing a variety of talent programmes to support departmental DDaT workforce pipelines across government, and we are now excited to announce the launch of our new Software Developer Graduate Scheme.
The scheme signals a step change in how we diversify our graduate offer and directly addresses the shortfall in software developer talent across government.
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.