I am a partner at Public Digital, a consultancy which helps governments and large organisations around the world adapt to the internet era.
I recently spent a couple of years travelling up to Manchester, working for The Co-Operative as Group Director of Digital Services, leading transformation of services for Co-op Funeralcare and Co-op Legal Services.
Previously, I was co-founder of the UK’s Government Digital Service, part of the Cabinet Office. In 2010 I helped Martha Lane Fox draft her influential report on digital government, and then led the alpha and beta phases of GOV.UK, which included the GDS Design Principles.
In 2012 I wrote the Government Digital Strategy, co-ordinated the associated 18 departmental digital strategies . From 2013 I lead and supported digital transformation within other government departments and agencies such as DWP, HM Treasury and ONS.
I have nearly twenty five years experience of digital product management, strategy and transformation. I have led and catalysed digital change in large institutions such as the BBC, Channel 4, OFCOM, Capital FM and UPC. Here’s my LinkedIn profile.
In the mid 1990s I was Internet editor of the UK edition of Wired magazine.
My personal blog is at www.tomski.com
I tweet as @tomskitomski
My email is [my firstname] @ [my surname].com