Views sought on Shaping Digital Carmarthenshire

The views of residents and businesses in Carmarthenshire are being sought to form the Local Authority’s new Digital Strategy, which is due to be launched in April 2024.

Have your say here

Carmarthenshire County Council is currently developing a new Digital Strategy and your feedback will allow us to design a robust digital strategy that will empower the Council to better serve our residents and businesses while streamlining our operations to deliver more effective and efficient services.

In an era driven by technological innovation, it’s essential for local governments to adapt and embrace digital transformation. The purpose of the Digital Strategy will be to set out the Council’s vision for how residents, businesses, elected members, staff, partners, and visitors continue to benefit from the ongoing adoption of emerging technology and transformation of services across our county.

Together, using digital, data and technology, we can continue to deliver public services that are fit for purpose and responsive to the needs of Carmarthenshire.

The Shaping Carmarthenshire Public Consultation aims to gather vital insights from you as our customer.

By taking part in the Shaping Carmarthenshire Public Consultation, your participation and insights will play a vital role in shaping a forward-thinking, people-focused digital strategy that will unlock new possibilities and efficiencies. This can benefit you as our customer and the wide range of digital services the Council can offer.

Leader of Carmarthenshire County Council, Cllr. Darren Price said: “We are embarking on an exciting journey to shape a new and innovative Digital Strategy for Carmarthenshire. We are living in an era of spectacular advancements in digital technology and it’s essential that we, as a local authority, remain ready to fully embrace this ever-evolving transformation.

Your voice matters and your ideas can make a difference – so please get involved and have your say today.”


The Shaping Digital Carmarthenshire Public Consultation is open until Thursday, 7 December 2023.


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