We’ve developed our own cloud platform service, but what does that mean – and why does it matter?
Arif Harbott, our Chief Digital & Information Officer, talks about transforming the justice system at the Sprint 16 government digital conference.
How our platforms team created a postcode lookup service, developed a toolkit for live services and slashed hosting costs, all before its 1st birthday.
Making sure that your service contains the latest content and design isn't easy. Here's how MOJ Digital teams are tackling the challenge.
How we’re making it easier to share data across the criminal justice system.
MOJ Digital is 3 years old this week and has already put millions of lines of code into the public domain.
How we're changing the way we protect our digital services from security risks.
We’re changing the way we run digital services to make sure they're sustainable in the long term and we can keep improving them.
Our first blog on ethical hacking, giving insight into what it is, how it works and how we use it to ensure citizens feel safe when interacting with our services, and to guarantee the privacy of their data.
When we build digital services like booking a prison visit online we usually start small and then test and refine as we go along. This 'iterative' approach has major implications for the role of the technical architect.