Government of Canada’s new Digital Standards place users at centre of service design
“The Government of Canada’s new Digital Standards represent a foundational step in the fast evolution of Canada’s government digital services. Government’s purpose is to improve the lives of people. These standards lay the groundwork as we embrace new methods and tools to improve how we design, build and deliver the kinds of digital services Canadians expect from a modern government.”
- The Honourable Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board and Minister of Digital Government
The Digital Standards build on the Digital 7 (D7) Charter, which Canada became a signatory of in February 2018. The charter commits Canada to work towards core principles of digital development, focusing on user needs, open government, and a commitment to share and learn from D7 member nations.
The Digital Standards will also play an integral role in shaping the Government of Canada's Digital Policy, supporting the Government of Canada's digital agenda.
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