This morning the Scotland Office became the eighth ministerial department to move its corporate publishing over to the Inside Government section of GOV.UK.
Today’s release also introduces a new topic to bring all government content about Scotland into a single place, and three policy pages setting out the government's goals for Scotland in clearer terms than ever before:
- Facilitating a legal, fair and decisive referendum in Scotland
- Informing the debate on Scotland's constitutional future
- Maintaining and strengthening the Scottish devolution settlement
You can expect more policies to appear in the Scotland topic as a further 300+ organisations move their content across to GOV.UK between now and April 2014.
In February we turn our attention to DCMS, our own department the Cabinet Office, and the corporate profile of HMRC.
If that wasn't enough, we’re also building the new Worldwide section of Inside Government, where international content from FCO, DFID, MOD, UKTI and others will come together to show what the UK government is saying and doing all around the world. It will also include content for foreign nationals in numerous languages.
Comment by Mark posted on
The content on this site is excellent and as an Australian Government employee who manages web content I find the information extremely useful.
Just one gripe - what do all the acronyms mean (for gvt depts)? The simplicity of the content is good but no explanation as to the acronyms is a little disappointing.