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Gina Gill

Chief Digital & Information Officer

Ministry of Justice UK

Gina Gill is the Chief Digital and Information Officer (CDIO) at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).

She is responsible for supporting the 85,000 staff working in courts, prisons, probation
services and across other, smaller agencies by providing simple, intuitive technology
solutions and automating basic tasks; building and running digital services that make it
easier for the public to get access to justice; and driving user centred service design and transformation.

Gina started her working life as a software developer and has had a long and varied career in technology working in programme delivery, operational and commercial roles.

She joined the Civil Service in 2017, prior to which she worked predominantly in financial
services at the Financial Conduct Authority, Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays Capital.
Before taking up the CDIO position in MoJ, Gina was Chief Operating Officer and Deputy
CDIO