Earlier this year the Government Digital Service (GDS) ran a discovery on collecting information from users of services across government.They identified an opportunity to make it easier for service teams to improve and publish accessible forms. Following GDS’ findings, we …
Courts and tribunals
Over the last couple of years, there has been a huge amount of interest in blockchains - the technology underpinning electronic currencies such as Bitcoin. While most development has been in the private sector, we’re keen to explore their potential …
Our job was to deliver a new online service helping people appeal to the tax tribunal once fees were introduced.
How microservices made up of small applications can be more effective than big behemoth IT systems.
The public were doing all the hard work in assessing their eligibility for financial help with court and tribunal fees. A new service places the administrative task with court staff.
Arif Harbott, our Chief Digital & Information Officer, talks about transforming the justice system at the Sprint 16 government digital conference.
How the right content has eased significant business change and helped to maintain quality control for court staff processing applications for help with fees.
Processing applications for help with fees used to be a time-consuming and complex task. Adding guidance to the new digital service has reduced processing time and provided support when it's needed.
How we’re making it easier to share data across the criminal justice system.
Courts and tribunal staff are adopting agile ways of working with MOJ Digital to make it easier for people to get help with their court fees.