GOV.UK has just passed 2 billion visits since the site went live in October 2012.
We’re helping people who are transforming public services by making it simpler, clearer, and faster for them to buy what they need.
Keeping GOV.UK running takes a lot of work. Like any website, it needs maintenance. And, as an important part of national infrastructure, it’s crucial that it has a team of people available to respond quickly to any problems as they …
Allon Lister and I recently paid what is probably our final visit to our old friends at the Carer’s Allowance Unit in Preston where we had helped build the Carer’s Allowance Digital Service.
Expectations are changing; government’s data infrastructure needs to change too.
There’s no point building something good unless you can keep it that way.
Louise Auger from the Home Office and Anna Wojnarowska from GDS are user researchers who are working together to look at technology transition projects across government.
GOV.UK Verify recently passed one year in public beta. Programme Director Janet Hughes talks about what the last year has involved, and why the team is focusing on the months ahead.
We’ve always said that transforming government’s approach to digital and technology would save money, and it has.
Mark Branigan, a User Researcher for the Digital Marketplace, shares his experience of the Digital and Technology Fast Stream in the Civil Service.