In my previous blog in July, I shared the insights we have gained in shared services since January 2018. Today, I want to share our new, refreshed Strategy. While technology, service models, the commercial environment and user expectations will continue …
Government Shared Services (GSS), a part of the Cabinet Office that I now lead has, for the last 18 months, been focused on ensuring we are fit for the future by thinking about how we introduce new technology to help …
Intelligent robots are perceived as technologies of the future, but government is using them today. Mark Thompson, Technology Director outlines how using innovative technology has the power to transform the working of government.
Business intelligence programme manager Shahid Younis, discusses how data analysis techniques will improve the way the government works in the future.
Deputy director of cloud transformation, Prem Ramaraj, introduces the positive impact moving to the cloud has across the civil service and gives an insight into his role.
Government Shared Services; a committed and diverse team where everyone is encouraged to bring their ‘whole self to work’ and be inclusive.
Government Shared Services is one year old. It supports departments to develop modern, effective shared services for civil servants and save £300 million by 2023. Watch this ‘one year on’ short video.
As GSS marks its first birthday, programme support manager Suzanna Downie reflects on the past year and its highlights, achievements and successes.
Lara Hayes described her career journey and her work at Government Shared Services as part of a team that thinks innovatively about how to introduce new technologies that speed up services, improve processes across government and make transactions easier.
Government Shared Services is enabling civil servants to focus on delivering public services and supporting government priorities by reducing bureaucratic personal admin. Watch this short video to find out more.