We started a new 2017 to 2018 roadmap in April 2017.
On 3 April 2017, GOV.UK began its new roadmap. Here’s a summary of what we delivered in the final quarter of the 2016 to 2017 roadmap, and the work that’s to follow.
GOV.UK is a busy programme. Every fortnight, we in the programme team check in with our teams to find out what they’ve been up to, what their blockers are, and what they need from us.
I thought it would be interesting to share how we went about making the GOV.UK roadmap for the 2017 to 2018 financial year. So in this post I’ve distilled the process down to the main things we did, and are …
The goal for GOV.UK in the next financial year is: “make the single domain work harder for users”.
Here’s an update on what GOV.UK has been up to in the third quarter (Q3) of this financial year (October to December), and our plans for the last quarter (now until April).
This post gives an update on what GOV.UK did in the second quarter of the year, and what’s planned for the next one.
On 10 October, we had the first of our GOV.UK quarterly showcase events. This is a new regular event to keep the people who most need to know informed about our performance, progress and plans. The session included: introductions from …
On 10 October, we’re hosting a government event at Aviation House in London to showcase the work that GOV.UK has been doing in the last quarter, and to show what’s coming up.
At the beginning of the year Neil Williams shared the 2016/17 roadmap for GOV.UK. I’ve just been appointed as GOV.UK’s Lead Product Manager and, as we’re into our second quarter now, I want to provide an update on our progress.