Mike Bracken slams government decision to shift data policy-making from GDS to DCMS

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Moving data policy from GDS to DCMS ‘surely a mistake’, claims Bracken
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Moving data policy from GDS to DCMS ‘surely a mistake’, claims Bracken

'Moving it to the Department of Fun, run by a minister who was forced to change the data privacy on his own app doesn't make sense,' says Bracken

Mike Bracken, the IT leader often cited as the mastermind behind the extension of public services online, spearheading government's so-called digital revolution, has slammed the decision to move the data...

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