On Friday last week a small group of us visited the Immigration and Asylum Chamber at Taylor House in London. We attended a tribunal, followed by a meeting with Judge Pinkerton where we clarified some user needs for the work being done on the tribunal decisions database.
Daniela and Ryan met with staff at the central Money Claims Centre in Salford and gained plenty of insights into how claims are filed and and the sorts of obstacles that may arise at various points in the process. The kickoff workshops for the Discovery phase of the Civil Claims project will take place in the first and second weeks of May.
Yesterday we had a visit from Roo Reynolds, the mainstream GOV.UK product manager, to talk about online forms initiative at GDS. This is an exciting area that aims to address the issues faced with the filling out of forms across government services and Roo listened to our needs based on the various propositions we receive and the projects we have in the pipeline here at the MOJ.
Relly started to meet with our agencies and ALBs as part of the transition of publication to GOV.UK. There will be much more of this over the coming weeks.
And last but not least, the team is working on the launch of a website to support information around the Hillsborough Inquests. The website is due for launch by the time of the first pre-hearing inquest on the 25th of April.