This month we hear from some of the teams behind the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable People Service - a critical part of the cross-government coronavirus response.
Government as a Platform (GaaP) products make it quicker and cheaper to create digital services. This month we're celebrating 4 milestones.
The Partnership for Development team helps other governments to make great digital services for people in their country, no matter where they work from.
We share how we worked with other government departments to assure and support their bids to the Treasury for the Spending Review, and how this helped the Treasury in tackling vital technology issues.
Alex Chisholm, Chief Operating Officer for the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office, announces new senior leadership appointments in the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Profession.
The final episode of the Government Digital Service Podcast in 2020 takes a look back at what happened over the past 12 months at GDS.
GDS turns 9 this year, and colleagues across the organisation are marking the occasion by sharing their memories since joining, and what they are doing at GDS now.
This month’s episode of the GDS Podcast is all about GOV.UK Pay, the government’s payment service. Listen to the GOV.UK Pay Team talk about how the product works, and also hear from users across the public sector.
For the first time, government is making real-time passport validity checks available to the private sector. The time-limited Document Checking Service (DCS) pilot has launched with a small group of participants in order to investigate how government can support the growing digital identity market.
We’re looking at new content models and strategies to support the ways in which GOV.UK is developing to meet changing user needs. Here’s an overview of our thinking and the work we’ve done so far.