A mobile app to aid in decision-making and day-to-day government affairs is being trialled by the prime minister.
Mr Cameron has been using it to keep track of live data relating to jobs, housing and other areas.
It also monitors polls and posts on social media, giving the PM an at-a-glance view of how the country feels about him and his government.
The Cabinet Office said the app would be offered to more government figures next year.
According those working on the project, Mr Cameron is "looking forward to showing it to President Obama at the G8 summit".
The app, which had the working title of Number 10 Dashboard, was developed by the Cabinet Office`s digital team - and pulls data from hundreds of data sources including Google, Twitter and Facebook.
The Cabinet Office confirmed it was "working on a data visualisation dashboard to provide ministers and civil servants with information on key public services as well as other indicators. The dashboard is in working form and is now undergoing further development".
It is a web app - meaning it can be viewed on any type of internet-enabled tablet or mobile device. It has a look and feel similar to that of the government`s data website, data.gov.uk.
A Cabinet Office source confirmed to the BBC that the app, which is still in its testing phase, is currently on the prime minister`s iPad, as well as devices used by a select group of staff within the Cabinet Office.
"It`s been presented to the PM in person," he said.
"He`s used it, given feedback on it to help improve it - and there is now great demand for it right across government."
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Edited by: Sabbin Hasan, ICT Editor
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