More than 100 local and central government organisations have signed up - with the service available in hundreds of locations around the UK. If your organisation is not on GovWifi yet, now's the time to join.
Digital Service Platforms
Digital Service Platforms is a common core infrastructure of shared digital systems, technology and processes on which it’s easy to build brilliant, user-centric government services. Examples include GOV.UK Pay and GOV.UK Notify.
Following our October post about the future of GOV.UK Verify, find out more details about the programme's priorities over the coming 18 months.
The standards and guidelines that currently underpin the way GOV.UK Verify works will now be opened up to the private sector to build on. Here's how that will work.
Having the GaaP suite of common tools, components and guidance meant that the teams at the Department for International Trade could draw on technical expertise and products that would have been too costly to procure independently.
Neil Barlow is the Service Manager and Head of Policy for MOTs at the DVSA. In this post, he describes how GOV.UK Notify is helping remind hundreds of thousands of citizens that their MOTs are due for renewal.
GovWifi is a single wifi login which can be installed by government departments over their existing infrastructure. Users register once, they don’t need to remember a password or sign in to different networks when they move between buildings. Simply put: it makes it easier for people to do their work.
So far, GOV.UK Pay has only been available to central government bodies, but we’re now ready to start offering GOV.UK Pay to local government.
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.
Our new product pages and a new technical documentation format help users recognise that a resource is provided or curated by GDS.
We’ve launched the Service Toolkit to give teams across government quick access to the resources they need to build and run services.