Public Service ICT Strategy

The Public Service ICT Strategy sets out how we can operate in a more efficient, shared and integrated manner across all of Government while delivering new and innovative digital services to citizens and businesses.

The Strategy identifies 5 key objectives aimed at providing a framework for technology innovation and excellence in the Public Service. The focus is on better sharing and integration of technology infrastructure; continued and improved digitisation of government services to citizens; facilitating lawful sharing of data; improving governance; and improving the ICT resource levels and skillsets across the Public Service.

The Public Service ICT Strategy was launched in January 2015 – further information is available here.

Supporting Material

Advice Note: Considering Cloud Services – this note provides advice to assist Public Bodies in making informed, risk-based decisions in relation to the adoption of cloud services. [Published December 2015]

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