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Andrew Greenway

Managing Director and Founding Partner

Andrew is a founding partner of Public Digital. As Managing Director, he leads the consulting business, ensuring our work is high quality and impactful.

He is an expert in digital strategy and reform in government and public services. He led the UK Government’s work to create new digital guidelines and standards, a model now used in many governments worldwide.

Andrew is highly experienced in carrying out reviews of major government programmes to support efficient and cost-effective delivery of public services. He has provided strategic advice on digital transformation to ministers and senior government leaders in public administrations as diverse as Canada, Peru, Australia and Japan.

Andrew has worked with the government of British Columbia to conduct independent reviews of challenged large-scale IT programmes, as well as leading reforms to the government’s approach to funding digital and technology.

He has also worked with senior leaders in the Nova Scotia government for several years, helping them turn around technology programmes, deliver crucial services during the pandemic, and scale the digital team from a small innovation unit to an 800-person and $200m budget department.

A former senior civil servant, Andrew is passionate about public service reform in the UK and beyond. His writing on this subject has been published widely, including in the Guardian and the Spectator, and he was the driving force behind Public Digital’s book, Digital Transformation at Scale: Why the Strategy Is Delivery. This has become the recognised reference text for digital government, selling more than ten thousand copies. He has spoken on the topic at conferences around the world.

Andrew is also a non-executive at the University of Exeter, a global top 150 university, where he is a member of Council and supports the university’s executive team to bolster the organisation’s digital practices.

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