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Good Practice Guide (GPG) 45 helps you decide how to check someone's identity.
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How to buy cloud services on the Digital Marketplace.
How to write well for your audience, including specialists.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) style guide covers style points for content.
Learn how to publish accessible documents to meet the needs of all users under the accessibility regulations.
Planning and managing digital content to meet the needs the public has of government.
Guidance on handling sensitive information in IT.
How to use the Digital Marketplace to find cloud technology and specialist services for digital projects.
Find the best guidance and tools to meet the accessibility regulations.
Adding links to content, making them accessible and GOV.UK's external linking policy.
Guidance for buyers and suppliers of cloud technology, digital outcomes, digital specialists, user research participants and labs.
Using Markdown to format content on GOV.UK.
When and how to use the GOV.UK formats.
GOV.UK Verify was a secure way to prove who you are online. It made it safe, quick and easy to access some services on GOV.UK.
How to find digital outcome, specialist and user research services on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework.
This explains the rules governing address for service for intellectual property rights in the UK.
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Guidance for businesses and organisations holding EU trade marks at the end of the transition period.
Introduction to content design.
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