As part of the Government Digital Strategy, GOV.UK is now the place to find everything users need to know about or from the Skills Funding Agency in order to make information simpler, clearer and faster to find.
The agency now has one website which includes the Learning Records Service website, the Data Service website and the information authority website.
It has redirected its old web pages to equivalent information on GOV.UK. Users will find any information still to be moved through a copy of old websites in The National Archives. The majority of bookmarks and links previously saved will still take you to the information being looked for regardless of if it is on GOV.UK or in the National Archives.
According to a press release: “Today is only the beginning; we have more work to do through March, April and beyond. We will be looking closely at how people find information on GOV.UK, what search terms they use, which pages are looked at the most, what kind of questions are asked and what kind of feedback we receive. We want to know what you think so please use the feedback form at the bottom of each of our pages on GOV.UK.”
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