It's that time of the year again: our second Digital Fortnight kicks off tomorrow.
It's been a while since I blogged about what we've been up to on the digital and open policy side of our work.
I've blogged before about some of the perceived barriers to doing digital: the elements that make up the fear.
I’ve already blogged about some of the barriers to digital engagement that we identified during Digital Fortnight.
As we draw towards Christmas, it’s a good time to reflect on what we’ve been up to over the year, and assess how we refresh our embedding digital activity for the new year.
One of the best elements of Digital Fortnight for was producing our guidance for policy makers on how to use digital as part of a more open approach to policy making.
Today sees the beginning of Digital Fortnight within BIS. And to make things more interesting it’s running from Wednesday to Wednesday.
When you're in a digital team, every day is obviously digital day.
BIS is responsible for the Science and Research Budget totalling £4.6 billion per year. Innovation and science staff were keen to know more about activity going on to showcase some of that spending.
Alison Williams from Go-Science’s Science & Engineering (GSE) Profession team writes about the use of Linked In to help connect scientists and engineers across government.