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Pete Herlihy - former Lead Product Manager for GOV.UK Notify, Government Digital Service

GOV.UK Notify is available for the public sector to use for emergency staff communications

The homepage of the GOV.UK Notify service. The header image says "Send emails, text messages and letters to your users. Try GOV.UK Notify now if you work in central government, a local authority, or the NHS." There are links to create an account or sign in if you've used it before. There are tabs at the top to different sections on support, features, pricing, documentation, and sign-in. The beginning of a new section under the header displays. The text says "Control your content. You do not need any technical knowledge to create email, text message or letter templates." There is an illustrative screenshot of adding a text message template to the right of the text.

GOV.UK Notify – the government’s messaging platform – is available for all public sector organisations to use for emergency staff communications and business continuity messaging. This is particularly relevant in the ongoing situation with Coronavirus.

GOV.UK Notify is sending messages for more than 1,500 services across the public sector

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GOV.UK Notify, the government’s messaging platform, is now used in more than 1,500 services across the public sector. It is open to service teams in central and local government, the NHS and emergency services to communicate quickly, cheaply and reliably with their users.

Local government services to start using GOV.UK Notify

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GOV.UK Notify – the government's digital communications platform – is fast becoming established in central government. We’re now ready to start offering Notify to local government.

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