back to article UK.gov digital engagement director to retire

The government's director for digital engagement will retire at the end of 2010 after less than two years in the role. Andrew Stott was appointed in May 2009 to take forward the Labour government's Power of Information agenda, and has been based in the Cabinet Office. During a civil service career spanning 34 years he was …

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How many digital engagement czars do we need?

I thought Martha Lane Fox was in charge of pressing a new MacBook into every granny's hands?

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"She was previously the executive director of strategy for the Identity and Passport Service"

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"She was previously the executive director of strategy for the Identity and Passport Service."

That won't exactly reassure many people.

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"She was previously the executive director of strategy for the Identity and Passport Service."

Presumably the good ship IPS will just have to sink now without a strategy.

Meanwhile, in a downward spiral, all staff will try to leave Globe House but only the better ones will be able to find alternative employment ...

... centred on the Cabinet Office and DWP.

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