Our work on GOV.UK Accounts is one of the most important ways for us to implement our ambitious vision for GOV.UK, so we wanted to give an update on its role we see it playing.
Jen Allum - Head of GOV.UK, Government Digital Service
At the start of the financial year we’re sharing an update on GOV.UK’s strategy.
Jen Allum, Head of GOV.UK, shares an update on how GOV.UK is responding to evolving user needs and progressing plans to personalise digital interactions with government.
GOV.UK’s current role at the centre of the Coronavirus response shows how vital our plans for trusted, personalised and joined-up interactions are. Jen Allum, Head of GOV.UK, discusses what’s next in being able to offer information and services in response to changing user needs.
Since 2012, we’ve taken nearly 2,000 government websites and combined them into a single site. But over these last 7 years, both technology and user expectations have changed in profound ways. In this post, Jen Allum talks about the next big phase of GOV.UK.
Being agile doesn’t mean simply installing a methodology and then religiously sticking to that methodology. A little while ago we learned that we had a few challenges with GOV.UK delivery. So we had to adapt our approach. Here’s what we did and what we learned.
GOV.UK recently published its draft 2017 to 2018 roadmap for GOV.UK, outlining what we want to do over the next year. In this post we outline why we’re doing it, and some of the principles that will underpin our work.
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