Tom Loosemore,Government Digital Service

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  • £150k.
    8 weeks.
    Co-located in RPA.
    Working alpha, draw maps, areas calculated, rules engine working.
    All open sources.
  • £150k.
    8 weeks.
    Co-located in RPA.
    Working alpha, draw maps, areas calculated, rules engine working.
    All open sources.
  • £150k.
    8 weeks.
    Co-located in RPA.
    Working alpha, draw maps, areas calculated, rules engine working.
    All open sources.
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  • Tom Loosemore,Government Digital Service

    1. 1. Tom Loosemore Deputy Director Government Digital Service @tomskitomski
    2. 2. GDS Warning:Warning:
    3. 3. GDS Warning:Warning: there are nothere are no drones in thisdrones in this presentationpresentation
    4. 4. GDS ThereThere’’s nos no biohackingbiohacking
    5. 5. GDS And noAnd no cryptocurrenciescryptocurrencies
    6. 6. GDS Fasten yourFasten your seatbelts –seatbelts – II’’mm here tohere to talk abouttalk about publicpublic services!services!
    7. 7. GDS
    8. 8. GDS
    9. 9. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
    10. 10. The Government Digital Service (GDS) is leading the digital transformation of government. GDS
    11. 11. We are open GDS
    12. 12. Agile GDS
    13. 13. Focused on user needs GDS
    14. 14. What have we done so far? @MTBracken GDS
    15. 15. We’ve had to start with the basics
    16. 16. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
    17. 17. @MTBracken GDS
    18. 18. Alpha version of GOV.UK May 2011
    19. 19. Beta version of GOV.UK January 2012
    20. 20. Launch of GOV.UK October 2012
    21. 21. This is what GOV.UK looks like today, after thousands of small improvements GDS
    22. 22. Everything’s in one place, designed with empathy to meet people’s needs. It is simpler, clearer and faster. GDS
    23. 23. For example: GDS
    24. 24. "What is the Government’s policy on Afghanistan?"
    25. 25. * GDS
    26. 26. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
    27. 27. GDS 770+ transactions in central government...
    28. 28. Most of them are very small...
    29. 29. GDS We’re transforming 25 of the most important transactions
    30. 30. GDS gov.uk/transformation
    31. 31. GDS
    32. 32. GDS
    33. 33. GDSww.gov.uk/government/publications/digital-skills-in-the-civil-service
    34. 34. @MTBracken GDS
    35. 35. Government’s supplier base used to be here... GDS
    36. 36. Now it’s here GDS
    37. 37. GDS G-Cloud: Open supplier market
    38. 38. GDS
    39. 39. GDS gds.blog.gov.uk
    40. 40. GDS gov.uk/service-manual
    41. 41. GDS
    42. 42. GDS
    43. 43. GDS
    44. 44. GDS
    45. 45. We’re not here to improve government websites. We’re here to improve government. GDS
    46. 46. So far, we’ve just been fixing the basics
    47. 47. What might come next? GDS
    48. 48. @MTBracken GDS Let’s speculate a little...
    49. 49. @MTBracken GDS The Future of Government won’t come from us
    50. 50. @MTBracken GDS We’re just making sure some sort of future is possible
    51. 51. @MTBracken GDS But neither will it come from a policy paper written in Whitehall, Brussels or DC
    52. 52. @MTBracken GDS It’ll emerge from the places government actually gets made
    53. 53. @MTBracken GDS Civic infrastructure gets made on the ground
    54. 54. @MTBracken GDS And we can learn from those who’ve gone before
    55. 55. @MTBracken GDS
    56. 56. @MTBracken GDS
    57. 57. @MTBracken GDS Networking what already works
    58. 58. @MTBracken GDS “small pieces loosely joined”
    59. 59. @MTBracken GDS A network emerges
    60. 60. @MTBracken GDS Not centralised, not decentralised, but distributed
    61. 61. Government As A Network
    62. 62. Not centralised
    63. 63. Not centralised Not localised
    64. 64. Not centralised Not localised But networked
    65. 65. @MTBracken GDS
    66. 66. @MTBracken GDS
    67. 67. @MTBracken GDS Building huge capacity
    68. 68. @MTBracken GDS
    69. 69. @MTBracken GDS Making our tools and platforms beautiful
    70. 70. Hardware As A Public Service
    71. 71. @MTBracken GDS There’s a parallel here to what we’re doing
    72. 72. @MTBracken GDS It’s starting already...
    73. 73. In Reading DEFRA are applying agile transformatio n to the CAP GDS
    74. 74. In Swansea DVLA are creating new motoring services GDS
    75. 75. In Newcastle and London HMRC are transforming their architecture GDS
    76. 76. MOJ are about to start transforming courts GDS
    77. 77. @MTBracken GDS New civic infrastructure is emerging...
    78. 78. @MTBracken GDS It’s open, user-focused, iterative, quick Focused on people not policy
    79. 79. Software As A Public Service
    80. 80. GDS Invention not repair
    81. 81. GDS Painting these won’t help
    82. 82. GDS We need to build some of these
    83. 83. We’re not here to improve government websites. We’re here to improve government. GDS
    84. 84. Thank you gds.blog.gov.uk @gdsteam

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