Key GDS functions 'transferred' from Cabinet Office to DCMS following digital turf war

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GDS carve-up led by old-school civil servants re-asserting their authority
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GDS carve-up led by old-school civil servants re-asserting their authority

Evisceration of Government Digital Service confirmed over Easter by Prime Minister's statement to Parliament

The government slipped out just before the Easter weekend news of the transfer of key functions of the Government Digital Service from the Cabinet Office, where it was established in October 2012 under...

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