Whitehall has set up a new organisation to oversee moves to improve the digital delivery of public services.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has been created through a merger of the Cabinet Office Digital Delivery and Digital Engagement teams with Directgov, the "one-stop shop" for online government.
The new unit will be "the centre for digital government in the UK", according to a Cabinet Office blog post on its remit.
The aim of the service is "building and championing a 'digital culture' that puts the user first and delivers the best, low-cost public services possible," said the blog.
Lane Fox called for an overhaul of 750 separate government websites, to be replaced by a single internet "front-door" to public services on the web through Directgov, and the formation of a central team to be responsible for all government sites - which led to the creation of GDS.