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.
Vision and plans
Hello - I’m Natalie Baron, and in February this year I joined GDS as a user researcher. I was asked to look at what it’s like for people in departments and agencies to publish on GOV.UK.
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.
One of the objectives on our roadmap this year is to review the content operating model for GOV.UK. Work on this is now well underway, and we’re ready to share more detail on what, why and how. What we’re doing …
In April, I posted my last update on the programme of work to rebuild GOV.UK’s Publishing Platform. Here’s an update on what we’ve been doing since then. The Publishing Platform architecture Recently we’ve been focused on iterating the roadmap for …
In March we shared the vision for where GOV.UK is going. Since then we’ve been finessing plans for how we'll move towards that vision while continuing to run a reliable service in the 2016 to 17 financial year.
For some time now we’ve been working on rebuilding GOV.UK’s publishing platform. This post updates on what we’ve done so far, what’s left to do, and goes into more detail about the why - explaining the benefits of this work, …
In October I said I'd be rebooting the long-term vision for GOV.UK. This is the result.
GOV.UK will be 3 years old tomorrow. There’s lots to celebrate.
Following on from the recent trio of posts in which we talked about the operating context, team structure and goals for GOV.UK in 2015 to 2016, we’ve now completed the work to plan a high-level roadmap for 9 months ahead.