Mike Bracken, the executive director of the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the man credited with leading the drive for digital government in recent years, is leaving the job.
Bracken helped to establish GDS after he joined the civil service in 2011, and has led its growth into a 300-plus people team. He will leave on 30 September 2015 and, according to the Cabinet Office, he will “assist in identifying the best structure for the next phase of digital transformation” until then.
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