Update: 19 June 2015 We have now restructured our product teams and set out our goals until April 2016. We are prioritising running the live site, supporting users and - with the capacity that remains - raising the quality of …
We’ve recently simplified the way we link to local services like Report a litter problem, Find out your rubbish collection day and many more. Our colleagues in DCLG got in touch to let us know that when users follow links …
We’re improving smart answers, both how they’re presented and how they work under the covers. Smart answers are one of the formats we use on GOV.UK to make it easy (or at least, easier) for users to find out what …
Government services start and end on GOV.UK. Except, at the moment, that's not usually true. We have consistent 'start' pages acting as the natural entry point for services, but the way users are handled once a transaction is complete is currently rather inconsistent. …
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New regulations mean public sector bodies have a legal duty to make websites and apps accessible. Service and product owners for central government’s website, GOV.UK, need to upload an accessibility page and publishers need to upload an accessible documents policy.
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Standards and guidelines
- Apply to be the Head of Programme Delivery for GOV.UK 9 February 2021
- We’ve got a new public GOV.UK roadmap 1 February 2021
- Respecting users’ privacy on GOV.UK accounts 21 January 2021
- The technical architecture behind a GOV.UK account 7 January 2021
- Five things we’ve learned from researching the GOV.UK account 9 December 2020