“A second digital revolution”, that’s what the Chief Scientific Advisor called the Internet of Things in his report in December. Rapid growth in devices connected to the internet – or networked in their own right – are certainly helping to …
Blogposts about who we are and how we work.
It’s been a year since we moved the GDS blog to GOV.UK. Happy birthday, blog. Since then we’ve had over 500,000 visitors and nearly 1,000,000 page views. Here are the five most-read posts over the whole year.
The 5 people strong internal IT service desk team is in charge of making sure that all the equipment people at GDS use is up and running.
A huge programme of work, transition has seen over 300 agencies and arm’s length bodies move their content to GOV.UK.
At GDS, we're in a unique situation where our product teams have lots of people who can code, but in other teams there's not so many. However, across these teams, there's definitely an appetite to learn more.
One question we've been asked a few times is: “What does your film production team look like? How can our department/agency/organisation build a team like that too?”
If you're interested in our work, don't forget that GDS has 14 blogs including this, the main one.
We know that owning a gov.uk domain address tells users that we can be trusted, and we’re proud of this message - it is an important part of building trust and reducing the potential for people to use misleading websites …
GOV.UK is 2 years and 1 billion visits old today. So we’re celebrating. But it's worth remembering that we couldn't have got this far without a great deal of support from others.
Today we’re announcing that more than 100 digital and technology experts have been brought into government departments over the last 12 months to drive the digital transformation of public services. We’ve known all along that if we want to transform …