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Government Digital Service seeks IT reformers @ £93K

Derek du Preez | March 4, 2013
The Government Digital Service (GDS) is embarking on a recruitment drive to hire 14 technical advisers, which it hopes will address a skills gap identified by the National Audit Office (NAO) and support the department’s drive for IT reform in the public sector.

"All the technical advisers will be working across government. However, some will be running spend controls, and so, for example, will be assigned to the Home Office to work really closely with them on their technology transformation," he said.

"Then as these candidates identify projects that need some additional support and capabilities, other advisers will go in and dive into that particular project."

He added: "The remaining candidates will be supporting the government CTO, Liam Maxwell, in terms of advising and setting the overall strategy."


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