The States Assembly and Scrutiny websites are being updated to make them easily accessible on smartphones and tablets. This has given us an opportunity to look at both of the sites in detail and explore how they can be improved. We’ve decided to merge the two sites on www.statesassembly.gov.je to make Scrutiny information easier to … Read more States Assembly and Scrutiny websites refresh
Tender update Today the digital ID tender which was published on 4 August reaches another milestone, as the six-week period that prospective suppliers have had to prepare their tenders has come to a close. We will start the process of evaluating the responses next week. Previous blogs in this series have mentioned the discovery and … Read more Towards a digital ID – part 11
Which subject gets you hot under the collar? Is it population, traffic congestion or the cost of housing? Perhaps it is consumer prices, mental health or the protection of our green space? Wherever your interest lies, and whatever your views, all of these issues – and many more – will affect the future of our … Read more Five minutes for your future
Today our work towards a digital ID solution has reached a significant milestone – the invitation to tender has been published on our tenders portal. Potential suppliers who are interested in learning more about this requirement and wish to submit a compelling and competitive tender are invited to: Register their organisation on the portal Log … Read more Towards a digital ID – part 10
More than a year ago I announced that my department would be drafting and lodging a new proposal for a land development charge called a Jersey Infrastructure Levy. Since then, and following the public launch of proposals, there’s been a lot of talk about the levy, so I’d like to explain why I want to … Read more Why I want to introduce a land development charge
Not that we need an excuse for cake but this week is the 21st anniversary of the Gov.je website. So we’re pulling out the photo album and looking back at how we’ve changed over the years. 1996 In July 1996 the States of Jersey press release announcing the launching of new website, said: “The Internet, a … Read more Happy birthday Gov.je
This latest instalment in my series on our journey towards introducing a digital ID scheme for Jersey provides early sight of our draft requirements before we go to tender. 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 … Read more Towards a digital ID – part 9
In our blog on 15 June we set out our intentions to select a digital ID solution for the States though open, competitive tender. We will hold a presentation and Q&A next week. Time 09:00 – 10:30 Date Friday 14 July 2017 Venue Ground Floor, St Paul’s Gate, New Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE1 4TR … Read more Digital ID procurement – want to know more?
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.