Government launches single government website prototype

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Government launches single government website prototype

The Government has launched - it's live now - an early prototype of a single Government web domain, that's aimed at making public services easier to use. The site, named alphagov, was recommended by Martha Lane Fox in her review of government digital services published in 2010.

Alphagov is available on line for visitor comment for two months and it aims to provide a single place for all central government department information.

In the long run the site will include a whole range of government services such as tax and VAT registrations. The prototype currently just contains answers to the top 100 most frequently asked questions in government.

This was first published in June 2011

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