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  • Timeline – DH website ends April 2013
  • Instead of this…
  • … there will be this
  • Instead of this…
  • … there will be this
  • And instead of having to search multiple websites to find out what the government is doing about, for example, climate change…which information can be found here….
  • Here…
  • Here…
  • Here…
  • Here…
  • Here…
  • Here…
  • Etc… which means where a user finds information ends up looking like this!
  • This will all appear under one topic and you will be able to see all the related policies together. Which means that the way policies are presented will change…
  • Brief look at how a policy will appear
  • Specialist guidance will look something like this
  • Some examples might be…
  • GDS are being very strict about the use of certain words, there will be no….(as well as others) Although they do recognise that there will have to be some flexibility for SOME policies that might not fit this format – but these should be very much the exception.
  • Not exhaustive!
  • Policy cover sheets will include:
  • Gov.uk public presentation

    1. 1. GOV.UK Inside GOVCharlotte DCP *
    2. 2. Hello Charlotte Fowles Channel Strategy Manager Rob Rockstroh Senior Channel Strategy Manager Digital, Channel Strategy and Publishing (DCP)Charlotte DCP *
    3. 3. “Digital is not another channel; it is the delivery choice for this generation” Francis Maude MPCharlotte DCP *
    4. 4. Digital by default “The UK is increasingly a digital nation. People expect high quality, effective digital services and where public services can be delivered online, this should happen as soon as possible.” The Civil Service Reform plan but…Charlotte DCP *
    5. 5. It’s ‘digital first’ for health and care ‘Digital first’ makes a firm commitment to adopting digital methods to deliver healthcare, but makes clear that face-to-face contact with our health and care professionals will remain an essential, core part of our care.Charlotte DCP *
    6. 6. Two key projects that will change the way health and care information is provided in the future.Charlotte DCP *
    7. 7. The single domain for government: GOV.UK An integrated platform for health and careCharlotte DCP *
    8. 8. GOV.UK is launching on 17 OctoberCharlotte DCP *
    9. 9. The new home for all government services and informationCharlotte DCP *
    10. 10. It will be simpler, clearer and faster for usersCharlotte DCP *
    11. 11. Focused on user needs, not government needsCharlotte DCP *
    12. 12. It will save central government £50m- £70m per year from the services it replacesCharlotte DCP *
    13. 13. Business Phase 1 Directgov 17 Oct Link 2012 Depts (c24) Phase 2 Agencies (c10) Nov 2012 Mar 2013 GOV.UK Phase 3 Everything else (- Apr 2013 exemptions) Mar 2014Charlotte DCP *
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    28. 28. Neil GDS *
    29. 29. Inside government formats Policy Publications News Speeches/statements ConsultationsCharlotte DCP *
    30. 30. Organisations + their corporate stuff Topics MinistersCharlotte DCP *
    31. 31. Specialist A format, not a propositionCharlotte DCP *
    32. 32. Needs anyone might have for detailed guidance which government has a duty to provideCharlotte DCP *
    33. 33. Prior knowledge or a willingness to grapple with unfamiliar language and concepts can be assumedCharlotte DCP *
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    35. 35. PolicyCharlotte DCP *
    36. 36. we are going to create ... ... a clear, comprehensive and coherent set of policies on gov.uk by 31 March 2013Charlotte DCP *
    37. 37. users will be able to find out ... ... what the government is doing, why, when and howCharlotte DCP *
    38. 38. a policy is: a statement of the governments intent, position or action (to achieve a desired outcome)Charlotte DCP *
    39. 39. policies on gov.uk have 4 parts policy title summary sheet activity detail pagesCharlotte DCP *
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    41. 41. a policy title is: a statement of what specific outcome the government is trying to achieveCharlotte DCP *
    42. 42. policy titles should be: clear specific succinct jargon-free activeCharlotte DCP *
    43. 43. Improving dignity, respect and compassion in health and care services Reducing the number of teenage pregnancies Increasing healthy life expectancy Improving the quality of care for people with dementia Increasing the number of early diagnoses for long term conditions Improving efficiency and reducing bureaucracy in the NHSCharlotte DCP *
    44. 44. Language - No empowering, delivering, reforming, streamlining and promoting etcCharlotte DCP *
    45. 45. Language - Yes increasing, decreasing, bigger, smaller, reducing, safer, cleaner, better, establishing, expanding, (improving)Charlotte DCP *
    46. 46. Style Guide There is also a style guide If interested: www.gov.uk/designprinciples/ styleguideCharlotte DCP *
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    49. 49. basics dont use overarching, robust words to leverage understanding and deliver comprehension keep it all active, concise and concrete use all basic content usabilityCharlotte DCP *
    50. 50. cover sheets Issue why is this policy necessary? Actions what is being done? Background how did we get here?Charlotte DCP *
    51. 51. optional headings engagement impact (assessments) bills & legislation partner organisationsCharlotte DCP *
    52. 52. detail pages additional relevant information how and when the actions are being taken evidence and researchCharlotte DCP *
    53. 53. Charlotte DCP *
    54. 54. Process • DCP produces draft • GDS reviews draft sheets • Policy fact-check • GDS second eyesCharlotte DCP *
    55. 55. the result a clear, comprehensive and coherent set of policies on gov.ukCharlotte DCP *
    56. 56. users will be able to find out ... ... what the government is doing, why, when and howCharlotte DCP *
    57. 57. Next steps We’ll ask for your input Identify stakeholders Writing content Fact checkingCharlotte DCP *
    58. 58. Further info for those interested: http://digital.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/ http://inside-inside-gov.tumblr.com/ http://digitalhealth.dh.gov.ukCharlotte DCP *
    59. 59. Thanks Charlotte Fowles Channel Strategy Manager Rob Rockstroh Senior Channel Strategy Manager DCPCharlotte DCP *

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