Digital communications is constantly changing. From the steady introduction of new tools flooding the marketplace to studies on how new technologies change the way users consume information, communications professionals must ensure they remain at the forefront of the field.
Digital transformation: 2 words that get cast around like loose change in government circles these days. I know because it’s a phrase that I must use myself at least 30 to 40 times a day in conversation and emails.
A hot topic at a recent get together of the BIS policy profession was the opportunities and challenges of policy making in a digital world.
The BIS Digital and Policy Working Group has had 2 very well attended and successful meetings now.
The government’s consumer empowerment strategy sets out what government and others could do to help increase consumer insight and understanding of markets and, in that way, enable consumers to get better deals for themselves, both individually and collectively.
I’ve already blogged about some of the barriers to digital engagement that we identified during Digital Fortnight.
Since I previously blogged about how we intended to add value beyond compliance, we've supported a number of BIS agencies and arms length bodies to gain digital spend approval.
Today sees the beginning of Digital Fortnight within BIS. And to make things more interesting it’s running from Wednesday to Wednesday.
There is growing interest in digital capability across government as departments look to implement their digital strategies.
In March 2012, the Focus on Enforcement policy team, who are part of the Better Regulation Executive, within BIS launched the Focus on Enforcement initiative.