Another busy week at GDS, including reaching the milestone of 100 million visits to GOV.UK. We also attended a lot of behind-the-scenes meetings to start planning and looking at the transformation of 23 exemplar services across seven departments.
A very warm welcome to the Scotland Office, as they make the move to GOV.UK, during what's been another busy week at GDS. The Digital Advisory Board came in for a visit, and we've also published many of the videos …
Another busy week at GDS, including the release of the Transactions Explorer and the announcement of Paypal as the eighth supplier for the Identity Assurance programme. We've also seen visits from the RPA and from the Minister for Civil Society …
The Identity Assurance team have been working closely with DWP on the first identity provider supplier framework for Universal Credit. They also had a retrospective on the development of the IdA ‘hub’ reference architecture and met with Colin Wallis from the …
Time for a quick look at some of the things we've been up to this week at GDS
In January we announced the appointment of Chris Chant as Interim Executive Director for Digital Government. This appointment followed the publication of Martha Lane Fox's report to Government, “Directgov 2010 and Beyond", which made various recommendations to drive up the …
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