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Posted:  09 Dec 2013
Published:  09 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  43  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation
Language:  English


Building a digital government based on user needs


By Liam Maxwell, HM Government CTO               


Liam Maxwell, the government’s first chief technology officer, is famed for responding to requests for expensive IT projects by holding up a sign on his phone reading, “What is the user need?”.


Maxwell’s main objective is to shape the government’s approach to technology in central government and the focus is on providing what the end-user wants.


In this PowerPoint presentation for the UKTech50 event, Liam Maxwell talks about his journey to achieving that goal.




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