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  • techUK's 2017 Civil Servant Survey reveals shift in attitudes to tech.

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2017 Civil Servant Survey

Our survey found that tech is increasingly seen as central to public servants’ work, with 97% believing that it either enables or is necessary to the services they deliver citizens.

While there is an appetite for sharing more across the public sector and interacting with the public more online, the barriers to realising these goals remain significant challenges.

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About the Survey

The survey was commissioned to help inform techUK’s engagement across the public sector and encourage adoption of our Three Point Plan for Public Service Transformation.

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Methodolgy

Civil Servants across Central Government were asked for their views on tech by a survey conducted by Dods on behalf of techUK in March 2017.

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Survey Data 2017

View the full results from the 2017 survey here.

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Read the report

How can we unlock the next wave of digital transformation in the public sector? Read techUK’s Public Services Board’s recommendations here.

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