Keeping GOV.UK running takes a lot of work. Like any website, it needs maintenance. And, as an important part of national infrastructure, it’s crucial that it has a team of people available to respond quickly to any problems as they …
Blogposts about who we are and how we work.
GOV.UK Verify recently passed one year in public beta. Programme Director Janet Hughes talks about what the last year has involved, and why the team is focusing on the months ahead.
Mark Branigan, a User Researcher for the Digital Marketplace, shares his experience of the Digital and Technology Fast Stream in the Civil Service.
At GDS, we think working in an agile way is a good thing. You’ve probably gathered that by now.
It’s Mike Bracken’s last day today, and on behalf of everyone at GDS I want to say this: thank you, Mike.
It’s time to update you on what’s been happening on our work with data.
Last month I was invited to give a talk as at the Cambridge University Computer Science lab.
A few years ago, I stood up at the first GDS all-staff meeting and told everyone there to “look sideways”, by which I meant: don’t get stuck in silos of your own making.
Three months ago, when I was appointed Minister for the Cabinet Office, one of the first things I wanted to do was visit GDS. I'd worked with GDS over recent years, and I’m a huge supporter of GDS's mission.
You’ll have seen the media coverage over the past few days since Mike announced that he is leaving. Last week was a busy week sorting things out and speaking to people about what happens next.