In the last blog post of the series, Warren Smith talks about what is next for the Digital Marketplace.
Cooperation and collaboration are guiding tenets for the people transforming government services and departments. In my most recent blog post about the Digital Marketplace vision, I focused on the importance of extending these principles to include the government’s digital and …
At GDS, we believe that we should share as much as we can. I wrote about this in my last blog post, where I spoke about how we like to use open approaches in the Digital Marketplace.
In my previous blog post about the Digital Marketplace vision, I re-introduced the 6 broad themes about how we’re helping the public sector buy what it needs to deliver great digital services, and why these are important.
Yesterday we launched the Supplier Standard for government to support successful delivery of digital services and technology projects across the public sector. The announcement was made by Ben Gummer, Minister for the Cabinet Office (MCO), at techUK. Programmes like ‘Government as …
In July, Jason Waterman, Deputy Director of Disputes and Policy Implementation at Crown Commercial Service (CCS), and I wrote about how Government Digital Service (GDS) and CCS are going to be working together to design government contracts for the digital …
This is a joint blog post written by Jason Waterman from the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), and Warren Smith from Government Digital Service (GDS).
I recently blogged about how government is supporting open data standards in public procurement and contracting and what we’re doing to move towards an open standard for public procurement and contracting data.
Government spends a huge amount of money through contracts each year. Unfortunately, at the moment, data about these contracts and the suppliers that win them isn’t available as easily as it should be.