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.
You can find more information about service design on the dedicated Services in government blog.
The apprenticeship service passed its private beta assessment in December. Here’s how the Skills Funding Agency worked with GDS to get the service to this stage, and how feedback will be incorporated in public beta.
We’ve launched the Service Toolkit to give teams across government quick access to the resources they need to build and run services.
From a user’s point of view, the definition of a government service is simple: it helps you do something. How services are designed and made across government is far less simple.
It’s the time of the year for ‘Best-of lists’. In keeping with the season, we’ve been looking back over some of the most popular blog posts of 2016. Here’s a selection.
The Service Manual helps people across government build better services and prepare for service assessments. We've spent the past year updating the content and design of the manual. Here is some more detail on our most recent updates.
We’ve blogged before about our discovery into building better service assessments. Now we’re ready to talk about our new approach.
The Performance Platform measures how government services are performing. The team recently did a rediscovery of its work and now we’re exploring what data we should provide and how we should provide it to enable better decisions about government services.
We’ve talked before about creating patterns and tools that people building government services can use. We’re finding that other organisations are using them too; Sexual Health: 24 (SH:24) is one of them.
It’s been a few months since we last posted here about the Service Manual, the best place to find guidance and tools for government service teams. Here's an update.