I arrived at the Ministry of Justice, on loan from the Government Digital Service, 9 months ago. The Board had just granted approval to build a specialist team to lead on the Digital by Default agenda, and there were equal …
Most of our time in the Digital Services Division is devoted to digitally redesigning justice services. But another one of the commitments in our strategy was “to make full use of digital to become more transparent, make data more accessible …
Recently, Lasting Power of Attorney applications was one of 9 services to go through an early assessment against the digital by default service standard and Digital Leaders agreed this week that the results of those should be published online. We’ll …
What the Digital Services Division have been up to this week, including discovery workshops for prison visits booking.
What the Digital Services Division has been up to this week, including the launch of the Civil Legal Aid tools, our new agile wall and conversations with our Permanent Secretary.
A note about the upcoming Crime and Justice open data programme and the Hack the Police event.
Week notes on the work of the digital team: researching prison visits booking, visiting probation officers in Kent, improving the tribunal decisions database and court finder, and the Lasting Power of Attorney pilot.
Alice Newton talks about how we're using our exemplars to pave the way for a digital MOJ.
Antonia Romeo, MOJ's digital leader, speaks at the Sprint13 conference about our progress so far.
Alice Newton talks about the Ministry of Justice's digital strategy, and what it will mean for users of justice services and the department itself.
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