It’s been a year since we moved the GDS blog to GOV.UK. Happy birthday, blog. Since then we’ve had over 500,000 visitors and nearly 1,000,000 page views. Here are the five most-read posts over the whole year.
If you're interested in our work, don't forget that GDS has 14 blogs including this, the main one.
As we announced in August, it's now possible to make an accelerated property possession online.
You hear the word agile in government a lot these days. And not only within the teams making digital services.
Why do we write GOV.UK in capitals? And why is the URL written lower-case? You may well have heard the reasons, but we've never actually written them down. Let's fix that now.
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- Government Digital Service: Our strategy for 2021-2024 20 May 2021