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Digital by Default - A Paradigm Shift in Government

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The British Government launched an ambitious programme in 2012 to go Digital by Default. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-m6l4keQc8

It is world leading. The UK founded the D5 https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/opening-speech-for-d5-byfrancis-maude-minister-for-the-cabinet-office All 766 citizen interactions with the State are being re-built using agile (discover, design, deliver) from end to end. The first 25 exemplar projects are nearly complete https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgfec379kZU

Typical savings and headcount reductions are 50-75% In-house engineering and operations capability is being rebuilt. Projects are being disaggregated. Architecture is Cloud First. SMEs are supplying 48% of the work by value.

1800 suppliers on the G Cloud Digital Marketplace are being used https://www.gov.uk/digital-marketplace Growth is strong https://twitter.com/SMECrownRep/status/564003902488473600

All in-house projects are made open source.

This is a revolution !!

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