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This guidance is an introduction to the Open Document Format (ODF) standard and how you can select ODF-compliant solutions.
You'll continue to get any funding you’ve been awarded, even funding you're due to get after 31 December 2020.
This guidance covers the impacts on UK right holders and users including businesses, cultural heritage institutions and consumers. It is not legal advice.
Marking, labelling and marketing standards you must follow to import and export food, plant seeds and manufactured goods.
Rules that mean UK customers can access their online content services when they visit the EU will change after 1 January 2021.
Good Practice Guide (GPG) 45 helps you decide how to check someone's identity.
Guidance for businesses and organisations holding EU trade marks at the end of the transition period.
The Government Digital Service style guide covers style, spelling and grammar conventions for all content published on GOV.UK, arranged alphabetically.
Guidance for businesses holding registered Community designs and international trade marks and designs after the end of the transition period.
GOV.UK Verify is a secure way to prove who you are online. It makes it safe, quick and easy to access services on GOV.UK.
Actions that parallel exporters to the EEA and intellectual property rights holders will need to take after the transition period.
How to use chatbots and webchat tools to improve your users’ experience of your service.
Help your team understand why they need to meet the website and mobile app accessibility regulations.
The UK government's design principles and examples of how they've been used.
International trade mark registrations protected in the EU under the Madrid Protocol will no longer enjoy protection in the UK after 1 January 2021.
How to buy cloud services on the Digital Marketplace.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) style guide covers style points for content.
How to write well for your audience, including specialists.
Planning and managing digital content to meet the needs the public has of government.
Make sure that domains that do not send email cannot be used for spoofing.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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