Why the government can still succeed in digital without Mike Bracken

Sooraj Shah
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It is an unenviable task to be Bracken's replacement, but whoever takes the mantle will have a foundation to work with that Bracken himself never received, says Sooraj Shah

There is no doubt that Mike Bracken has transformed the way that government has approached all things digital. He has masterminded the extension of public services online and has been a part of presenting...

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