Not so long ago, product roadmaps in government were viewed as experimental and optional. Now, they’re seen as an important tool for delivering better products and transforming government services.
Ross Ferguson introduces the product and service manager community, explains the importance of communities of practice and invites you to get involved.
This week we welcome the Department for Education and HM Treasury to GOV.UK. Launch of Department for Education DfE is the 22nd department to move to the Inside Government section of GOV.UK. The department joins Inside Government with 1,546 publications, …
Today we welcome the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and the Ministry of Justice to the Inside Government section of GOV.UK.
This week we have welcomed four new departments to the Inside Government section of GOV.UK: Department for International Development, Department of Health, Home Office and Wales Office.
Today we are very pleased to release the Worldwide section of GOV.UK, which explains the structure and activities of British government organisations in over 200 locations around the world. Worldwide (www.gov.uk/government/world) is the new home on the web for the overseas …
They can't tell the whole story but digital analytics are a useful and readily available source of information about how people are interacting with the GOV.UK platform and content.
We are pleased to welcome the Department of Energy & Climate Change onto the Inside Government section of GOV.UK.
It’s early days for Inside Government but we wanted to share some analytical data on user traffic, demand and engagement. Inside Government is just three weeks old. We launched with five government organisations on 15 November and it felt good to …
Publishing all the government’s corporate information on a shared platform hasn’t been done before. So the Inside Government team have been building a profile of the site's users over the months as we’ve been developing the product. This is what we …
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