Technology is enabling the digital transformation of central government, agencies and departments
Helping you build a better Britain
When you begin your digital transformation, you’re helping to make the country stronger, more dynamic and more resilient. And by involving our increasingly connected communities, you’re allowing people to participate in building a better Britain.
Digital technologies can increase flexibility, encourage collaboration and lower costs. They can also ensure your services are delivered effectively and efficiently at the point of need. With the right technology partner you can meet the challenges of today and tomorrow, safely and securely.
What's important for your organisation? See how we can help
Delivering better public services
Find out how, from a BT perspective, we can help the Public Sector as it faces significant challenges.A BT perspective [181 KB]
Do more, deliver more, save more
Our intelligent connectivity solutions can ensure government organisations are more dynamic, secure and cost-effective.Intelligent connectivity
Building a smarter digital government
See how digital transformation can transform the working environment for your people, make your service delivery more efficient, and help you cut costs.Digital transformation
We are a Crown Commercial Service supplier for Public Sector Frameworks
Our presence on national and local government procurement frameworks means you can reduce procurement time and costs
Case studies, insights and downloads
Connecting the Maritime and Coastguard agency’s life-saving operations
For the Maritime Coastguard Agency, connecting its people means keeping lives safe on the coast and at sea.
Why BT? Why Now?
BT technology and expertise can help the UK become more dynamic, successful and globally competitive.Why BT? Why now? [187 KB]
Digital central government
It’s time for central government organisations and agencies to make more of digital.Central government brochure [653 KB]
Meet our BT Infinity Awards winners 2018
Our awards encourage innovation in smaller organisations, focusing this year on the field of augmented intelligence.