What are distributed ledgers, and why has the Government been discussing them in recent weeks?
Government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Mark Walport challenges Civil Service leaders to identify the best opportunities for exploiting the transformative potential of distributed ledger technology.
As UK representative on the OECD's Public Governance Committee, Liz McKeown has seen how learning from and collaborating with international partners can make us a more effective civil service.
Minister for the Cabinet Office Matt Hancock sets out how we can approach public service reform in the 21st Century.
Do you know somebody or a team working on a particularly good digital project? Then why not nominate them for a Civil Service Award says Felicity Singleton, Programme Director at GDS.
John Fitzpatrick looks at how and why the Civil Service Learning team is developing a new system for civil servants - and how you can get involved.
Mark Lowcock, Permanent Secretary at the Department for International Development, gives his views on digital in the Civil Service.
Emma Gawen and Jo Power from the Cabinet Office recently ran the D5 London Summit. Here Emma gives us a behind-the-scenes look.
Liam Maxwell from GDS explains what this week's D5 conference is all about, and why the UK is a digital world leader.