At the recent DFID supplier conference, I announced that DFID now expects our partners and suppliers to adhere to the Principles for Digital Development. I want to explain why we are supporting these global principles and what benefits we expect …
Frances Sibbet, Digital Service Lead
I joined DFID six years ago as a web specialist. I co-authored DFID’s digital strategy setting out our exciting plans to 2015. I plan to blog about how DFID engages with people and partner organisations online, providing a good user experience that is ‘digital by default’.
I’m pleased to announce that a new email subscription service is now live on the international development funder finder. If you register your email address, you can receive alerts in your inbox to tell you about new funds or funding …
Since we moved the DFID website to GOV.UK last year, we have been keen to improve the user experience for people looking for funding for international development work. I’m really pleased to unveil the new funding finder which I hope …
We're getting closer to the official autumn launch of our Development Tracker, which will enable the public to find and explore details and results from international development projects that are funded by the UK government. It’s been designed to be …
I’ve worked for DFID for 6 years managing our website and intranet team. I’m based in our East Kilbride office and work closely with digital communications colleagues in London (both in DFID and across the UK government) and with our …
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