Exclusive insight into how UK civil servants rate their digital skills

By on 29/11/2022 | Updated on 29/11/2022

Technology has transformed every corner of our lives. From banking to shopping, and from communicating with friends to planning travel, digital services now dominate every sector – and government needs to keep up with the changing society.

However, to create the modern, digitised services that citizens expect, government needs to have the digital skills required for transformation. This requires both the digital skills in the civil service to embrace the possibilities opened up by technology – and modern technology to make sure that this potential can be realised.

To find out the scope of digital skills in government, Global Government Forum conducted in-depth research, supported by Google Cloud, to find out how UK civil servants judge both their skills, and the level of skill within their departments, across the essential digital, data and technology areas for modern government – and whether the technology available was fit for purpose for the transformation.

Download the report to find out:

  • How engaged civil servants are in driving public sector transformation
  • The extent to which civil servants understand the possibilities of digital in public service transformation.
  • The key skills and areas of expertise that civil servants think are missing across government.
  • In which areas do civil servants want to develop their own digital skills.

UK Civil Service Digital Skills Report

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