The Jersey Gazette is for the publication of official notices and other matters requiring to be brought to the attention of the public. For nearly 60 years Jersey Gazette notices have been published in the Jersey Evening Post. On 4 July 2017, the States Assembly will debate an Amendment to enable the Jersey Gazette to … Read more States Assembly to debate Jersey Gazette
The Public Accounts Committee published its review of the eGov programme today. You can read the report here. We want to take some time to review the report and will publish our thoughts and responses over the next few days.
We will hold a brief informal presentation and Q&A next week for those interested in understanding more about our plans. Time 12:00 – 13:00 Date Tuesday 27 June 2017 Venue Jubilee Wharf, 24 The Esplanade, St Helier Interested in coming? Please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org so we are expecting you.
An integration platform has long been one of the deliverables of the eGov programme. Earlier this year we ran a series of workshops and subsequently blogged about our approach; Towards an integration platform Part 1, Part 2. Following the requirements gathering process a number of integration platform vendors have been identified as having the potential … Read more Integration platform procurement
This latest instalment in my series on our journey towards introducing a digital ID scheme for Jersey describes our progress since my last post. If you’ve not been following the series, or if you need a refresher on how we’ve got to this point, please review the previous blog posts on this subject so that you … Read more Towards a digital ID – part 8
Part 1 of this blog looked at what cyber risks are and what we need to understand in our approach to damage limitation. Cyber risk and security: Part 1 The business benefits offered by new technology introduce a range of new risks and opportunities as well as causing many existing risks to be re-evaluated. Keeping track of the … Read more Cyber risk and security: Part 2
On a daily basis we hear media reports of yet another organisation becoming the victim of a cyber-attack. Usually it’s the loss of corporate data, intellectual property or customer’s personal and or financial data. The consequences have varied from regulatory fines and reputational loss, through to the ceasing trading of a business. We know that … Read more Cyber risk and security: Part 1
A key policy objective of the Government of Jersey is to ensure that the Island’s interests are represented at an international level. By developing our relationships with UK, European and international bodies we reinforce the message that Jersey is a cooperative partner, a good neighbour and, as an international finance centre, a well-regulated jurisdiction complying … Read more Stable, transparent and well-regulated: maintaining Jersey’s international reputation
Almost everyone has a view on what ‘digital’ means and unsurprisingly these can be different from one person to the other. It is for this reason that we identified the need to have sets of principles, setting a common way of thinking. The first set of principles is around Digital Design. These Digital Design Principles are a … Read more Digital principles for a better digital government
Our vision as the States of Jersey eGov and Design Authority team is: to design services around the customer to be better, quicker and simpler, to increase transparency, visibility and accessibility of customer information, to drive efficiency by improving efficiency across the States, and to support Digital Jersey in developing local digital capabilities aligned to … Read more Engaging with the digital community to make digital services better