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Gov.je does it again. We’ve been ranked No 1 for satisfaction

Gov.je is in the #1 spot on the GovMetric Channel Satisfaction Index for August. This follows last months good news that for the first time, www.gov.je took first place in the Sitemorse UK local government quarterly index. Customer satisfaction measurement at the point of contact GovMetric is the feedback tool that you see in the bottom right-hand … Read more Gov.je does it again. We’ve been ranked No 1 for satisfaction

Towards a digital ID: part 1

eGov Design Authority Invitation to Tender

Posted on Categories eGov, Tags ,

Following on from my recent blog, which set out our intentions to establish a Design Authority, we’ve published an invitation to tender on our procurement portal. We’ve had lots of feedback about our procurement process and aim to continue to develop the approach. For this tender we’ve decided to make all of the initial documentation publicly … Read more eGov Design Authority Invitation to Tender

Planning to reduce red tape? Yes, we really are

The eGov ‘Tell Us Once’ programme: part 1

Playing our part

Posted on Categories Community, Tags

In the past few weeks we have witnessed distressing scenes as thousands of people flee desperate situations in their homelands. More than 300,000 people have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe so far this year. Jersey has a long history of responding generously to humanitarian need and I believe it is right that we do what … Read more Playing our part

Social Security Minister on doing more with less

Business as usual all summer

Posted on Categories Community, Home Affairs

Like most offices around the island, the corridors of Cyril Le Marquand House are quieter at this time of year, as people take their annual holidays. However for the departments we manage from Home Affairs, it is business as usual. The Fire Service was stretched to capacity last week when the island was hit by a … Read more Business as usual all summer

The challenge of social policy

Promoting economic growth

The Economic Development Department (EDD) oversees a large portfolio of activity which will be enhanced by the transfer of Sport and Culture later this year – subject to States approval. I am delighted to be working with my new Assistant Ministers: The Constable of St Brelade, Steve Pallett, who has responsibility for Sport, Liquor Licensing … Read more Promoting economic growth