The Government Digital Service started out as a small group of people with experience building and running large online services. Since then we’ve grown the team, added lots of smart people, and talked to even more experts from other organisations. …
GOV.UK came out of beta just over two weeks ago. In that time we've released over 100 updates. I want to talk a little about how we do that, but mainly to focus on why this approach makes for more …
Rather than running our own room full of servers, or worrying too much about physical computers, we have chosen to run GOV.UK on an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform. What does that mean and why did we make that …
At GDS, you will repeatedly hear that meeting user needs is the defining principle behind GOV.UK. There are a number of data sources that help us design and iterate the products we are building, including data from internal systems.
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