GOV.UK Notify helped Leicester City Council to reduce the cost of the messages it sends. All it took was a little content design.
GOV.UK Notify lets public sector services send emails, text messages and letters.
Find out more on the Notify features page
We’re launching a new way for civil and public servants to help us iterate the Government Digital Service’s digital products and services.
Government as a Platform (GaaP) products make it quicker and cheaper to create digital services. This month we're celebrating 4 milestones.
DIT’s data team explain how working in the open resulted in improvements to the GOV.UK Notify service.
The GOV.UK Notify team wants to use content design to save the public sector time and money. We’re looking for volunteers to help us work out how.
Many public sector organisations are feeling pressure on their services because of coronavirus. Read about the products that Government as a Platform offers that help continue essential delivery of services, and support the development of new services required by the situation.
The Notify team has adjusted its method of sending out text messages to maintain Notify's reliability. In this post we explain how it was done.
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.
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.
Over 150 local authorities use GOV.UK Notify to send emails, text messages and letters. These organisations often have to deliver complex public services with limited resources. Here are 5 examples of teams that use Notify to save time and money, and build better services.