Mike Bracken, director of the Government Digital Service (GDS), has spoken about his reasons for leaving Whitehall. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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17th August, 2015
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Mike Bracken, director of the Government Digital Service (GDS), has spoken about his reasons for leaving Whitehall.

Bracken reveals reasons for leaving GDS
 
Policy

It has been revealed that the government saved £18.6 billion for taxpayers during 2014 to 2015, with £1.7 billion coming from digital and technology related activities.

GDS helps government save £1.7bn
 

The Information Commissioner (ICO) has handed a “limited assurance” rating to Central Bedfordshire Council.

Local authority's data protection audit report shows room for improvement
 
Insights

New statistics have revealed that, by making its campaigns more cost effective, the Government Communications Profession saved £330 million for taxpayers in 2014-2015, compared to 2009 to 2010.

Government saves £330 million for taxpayers by making campaigns more efficient
 
Conferences and Events

Police chiefs at Cheshire Constabulary took part in a web chat with the public on Thursday 13th August as part of their ‘We’re here’ public service commitments.

Police chiefs host online discussion
 
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