Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 05/30/2013
Description (short summary):
In March 2011, the Coalition Government set out a vision for Government ICT at the heart of delivery of efficient, cost-effective public services, which are responsive to the needs of citizens and businesses. A series of challenges have been identified, which ministers, departments, Chief Information Officers, IT professionals and other civil servants faced in using ICT to meet the requirements of a modern state.
A programme has been set out for:
This report sets out the progress made regarding the implementation of the Government’s ICT strategy, a year after. A number of significant successes have been chalked up, including the launch of the Public Services Network frameworks; the launch of the Government Digital Service; and the creation of the CloudStore.
Government’s commitment to transparency and openness has been demonstrated by the publication for the first time of a range of metrics relating to ICT in government. These will be developed to provide a more consistent benchmark for future years, demonstrating how uptake of the strategy is progressing. The next set of metrics will be published in October 2012 and progress will be reported again in spring 2013.
Number of pages: 18