Tom Loosemore wrote the UK’s first Government Digital Strategy, and served as the GDS’s deputy director for five years. He led the early development of GOV.UK. Outside government, Tom has also worked as the Director of Digital Strategy at the Co-Operative Group, as digital strategy lead at OFCOM, and was responsible for shaping the BBC’s Internet strategy between 2001 and 2007. He is a non-executive Director of the UK Hydrographic Office, and co-author of Digital Transformation at scale: why the strategy is delivery.
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