BIS hires former GDS deputy director Emma Stace as chief digital officer

Sooraj Shah
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The latest in a long line of CDO appointments in Whitehall as government continues its digital push

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has hired Government Digital Service (GDS) deputy director Emma Stace as its chief digital officer (CDO). Stace began her new role today,...

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