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.
The Civil Service Data Challenge final is this week. The Challenge is a fantastic collaboration between Cabinet Office, Global Government Forum, NTT DATA and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) - read more in our latest CDDO blog.
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.
In our latest blog, you can read about the Digital Excellence Programme, specifically designed for current and aspiring Senior Civil Servants. Find out about the programme, and be part of the change by signing up for the pilot courses starting in February 2023.
The Autumn of Digital Learning continues and, due to popular demand, the successful Innovation Masterclass is back!. Read the latest CDDO blog to find out, and benefit from, all about the latest digital learning opportunities available!
CDDO’s Securing Government Services team discuss the domain name system that allows people to easily find websites and other internet services. Here they question removing legacy services such as the .gb. domain
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The Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) leads the digital, data and technology (DDaT) function for government.