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About Government Digital Services

Digital Strategy and Operations is leading the digital transformation to give Saskatchewan citizens and businesses what they want and need online, anywhere, anytime and with any device.

New digital technologies emphasizing speed and mobility are fundamentally changing the way we live, work and interact with one another. That said, this work cannot simply be about the technology if we're going to be successful.

It's about being a better service provider. It's about enhancing trust and confidence in government.

There is a strong call for easier, simpler and faster services for citizens and businesses of Saskatchewan. This requires a move towards online services, better protection of private information, better collaboration between government ministries/agencies/crown corporations and a continued shift in public service culture to put our customer at the centre.


  1. Unified one-government experience: from our citizens’ perspective we no longer appear to be a collection of disconnected organizations.
  2. Citizen Centred: Usability and the experience are important.  We build digital services, not websites. 
  3. Consistency: a single function works the same throughout the entire government digital system.  This will give our website and online services an intuitive feeling, our citizens will feel comfortable and confident because they understand how it works.  This lowers the learning curve. 
  4. More efficiency: Build re-usable components that are built once and used often.
  5. Analytics and citizen feedback drive improvements.

The Government of Saskatchewan is evolving the way we deliver digital services.

Changing The Online Service Model
From parallel channels Arrow pointing to the right Multi-channel integration including mobile
From websites, portals and control of information Arrow pointing to the right Provision of reusable data on a service platform
From mega projects
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From "One window for all"
Arrow pointing to the right Individualized
From one -way delivery
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From government service delivery to everyone
Arrow pointing to the right Service on demand from many potential providers

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