The UK Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS) has recently launched its Information and Digital Strategy, which aims to improve digital services and prioritise data as a crucial asset. The strategy comprises 11 objectives, including integrating digital and data into Parliament’s operational model, exploring new technologies such as AI, and establishing clear digital, data, and information standards. The strategy was developed with contributions from leaders across Parliament and is overseen by the Information and Digital Board. The strategy intends to modernise digital and data capabilities, provide reliable digital services, and enable user-centred working. The Information and Digital Strategy comprises four key areas: transformation, modernisation, enablement and protection, and aims to improve connections between Parliament’s information and data while keeping it cyber-secure.



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