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.
Peter Herlihy - Lead product manager
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.
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.
Pete Herlihy talks about the next stage of the digital notifications platform for government.
We want to see how platforms can improve the way people communicate with government. As part of this, we’re starting discovery work on status tracking and notifications.
Last week we launched a new online service allowing people to register to vote. This is a big deal.
I’ve just got back from a few days in the Republic of Estonia, looking at how they deliver their digital services and sharing stories of some of the work we are up to here in the UK. We have an …
E-petitions is the very first product delivered by GDS and last week it celebrated its first birthday. Pete Herlihy, product owner for e-petitions reviews the year in numbers.
Pete Herlihy, product owner for e-petitions talks about recent developments, sharing the code base and opening up the data. This week we delivered on earlier commitments to share e-petitions data and to release the code base. Whilst not as visible as …
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