The Future Networks for Government (FN4G) programme started in 2018 to look at the role of the Public Services Network (PSN). Here’s an update of what we’ve done so far and what we expect to achieve by March 2020.
Find out about the Canadian government’s cross-government API Store, how the DVSA improved staff morale with mobile working, tips on delivering APIs as a product manager and more.
The GDS Reliability Engineering team had to find some inventive workarounds to get the Alertmanager open source software package working on a managed container service. Here’s a detailed look at how we did it.
By making the switch to continuous deployment on one of the government’s busiest services, DWP has reduced downtime on Find a job and released updates faster to provide benefits to users.
GOV.UK Pay now offers the ability to show users pages in Welsh. We take a look at the technical details and how this will help us add more language support in the future.
The Government Digital Service recently updated guidance on frontend performance. We focus heavily on improving web performance as GOV.UK is accessed from various devices and connectivity. Here’s why you need to focus on it too.
Over 15 government organisations actively involved in API development will share their strategies on meeting user needs, security, accessibility and more.
The GOV.UK Verify team has changed the way its frontend is deployed. We take a deep dive into the technical challenges and how the load balancing changes give users a better experience.
The GDS Technology Policy team outlines improvements to the Technology Code of Practice to make it more relevant to all government organisations.
We give you the low-down on what tools, architecture and frameworks are being used across government, what technologists want from the frontend community and how to join.
Emerging technologies are creating lots of buzz and the Government Digital Service (GDS) has released guidance on how the public sector should think about using these solutions.