Does your organisation have a digital by default strategy?
It is already some months since the government’s Digital by Default Service Standard came into full effect this April, with the aim of making government digital services more effective and efficient, saving the tax payer an estimated £1.8 billion per annum.
However, recent research from iGov suggests that there is still some inertia to overcome: 50% of over 300 IT professionals from government organisations and non-departmental public bodies have yet to implement a digital by default strategy.
If this sounds all too familiar to you, a new guide from digital experts CA Technologies offers a comprehensive review of the main drivers for adopting a digital approach in your organisation.
Looking at the five key design phases along the path to becoming digital by default – discovery, alpha, beta, live and retirement – the guide explores what others are doing across the public sector and offers practical advice on how you can kick start activities within your own organisation.
Download the full guide below to find out more:
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