Understanding the scope of the citizen-facing services we provide is key to prioritising the things we work on, that's why we built a Register of public facing services.
It’s a great time to be an analyst at the Ministry of Justice. Our new Analytical Platform is giving our analysts access to cutting edge open source tools, improving our ability to use data and evidence to drive decision making.
At the Ministry of Justice we code in the open by default. Increasingly, we write IT Policy in the open too. We apply the tenth GDS design principle: improving our IT Policy in the open to make it better.
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 …
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 CDIO Tom Read recently spoke about why diversity matters to us, and what we're doing to encourage and develop this.
The service I’ve been working on for the past few months is a bit different to most government services: it doesn’t involve any transactions.
Since November, Richard Carling from the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) has been working with the Government Digital Service’s registers team to create a prison register.