We have just reached a new milestone on GOV.UK Verify - our 100th round of usability testing. 100 rounds of usability testing is certainly a lot. Here are some numbers to put it into context
On 15 July we held the first of 2 discovery days to examine how local authority taxi licensing, concessionary travel and parking permit services might be improved using GOV.UK Verify and Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) services. Here's a summary.
The Service Standard ensures digital teams build high quality government services. In April 2016 GOV.UK Verify became the first transactional service built by GDS to be assessed against the 18 points of the standard before going live. The GOV.UK Verify …
Get the latest news from GOV.UK Verify's technical delivery team. This post covers what we've done since June and what's coming up.
Linda O'Halloran is a Senior Business Analyst looking at the need for GOV.UK Verify in local government. In this post she shares an update on our latest work in this area.
Get the latest news from GOV.UK Verify's technical delivery team. This post covers what we've done since April and what's coming up.
Ian Litton of Warwickshire County Council and Michael Clark of the Government Digital Service provide an update on the work that local authorities and GDS have done together on citizen identity needs for local authority services. Learn how you can get involved in upcoming pilots.
An update from Jess McEvoy, Head of Policy and Engagement, on the services planning to use GOV.UK Verify.
I posted recently about our progress towards taking GOV.UK Verify from beta to live. This is a short update to let you know that we’ve now passed our Digital by Default Service Standard Assessment for a live service and we’ll be …
GOV.UK Verify's Head of Policy and Engagement Jess McEvoy shares an overview of how we’re working to make GOV.UK Verify the default way to prove your identity online when accessing government services.