Amanda Dahl

Deputy Director, Digital Service Platforms at Cabinet Office, Government Digital Service

Deputy Director, Digital Service Platforms, Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office
Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy

Amanda Dahl is the Deputy Director for Digital Service Platforms at the Government Digital Service in the Cabinet Office. For almost three decades, she has held technology, digital transformation and product leadership roles in the UK and US, including at the White House in the US Digital Service, where she led digital teams improving social safety net benefits for parents and caregivers. A strong advocate of human-centred design and effective altruism, Amanda is currently working on the vision for the future of digital government in the UK, and how central platforms might enable a seamless, integrated and equitable digital democracy. Amanda received her degree from the University of California at Berkeley in Political Economy of Industrial Societies and lives in Cambridge, UK.

  • 24 April 2024, 5:30pm

    2024 CSaP Annual Cleevely Lecture: Dr Dave Smith, National Technology Adviser

    The Government, science policy, and products - from concept to consumer: After six months as the first full time National Techology Adviser, Dave Smith will reflect on how UK government investment in the science base supports our private sector and how the Science and Technology Framework guides government innovation policy today.

  • 30 May 2023, 3pm

    Digital transformation for public services - 30 May 2023

    CSaP Roundtable on Digital Transformation for Public Services. Discussion will include current and former CSaP Policy Fellows in discussion with academics about what we can learn from case studies of success and failure of digital transformation of public services.