Freedom of information response

Digital Document Strategy

Publication date: 
Thursday 24 October 2019

1. Please provide a copy of your most up to date digital strategy document or link.

2. What budget is the council setting aside to invest in innovation in 2020/21, 2021/22, 2022/23?

3. Please list all the digital innovation projects the council will be working on from 2020-2023.

4. Please name the partners you are working with to deliver these projects?

5. Who is responsible for digital transformation in your organisation?



2. We are currently in the process of applying for, and therefore determining, Capital budgets for 2020-21 and beyond. Unfortunately we are unable to answer this question at this time.

3. As per answer to question 2

4. As per answer to question 2

5. No single person is responsible for digital transformation within our organisation. Overall digital transformation is everyone’s responsibility but strategically, it is a collaboration of input from our ICT team, Transformation team, Customer Services team and Organisational Development team. Overall direction and governance is through our strategic Digital Board.

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Request reference:
FOI 9461