The government’s GOV.UK website has now reached the milestone of two billion visits, three years after it launched.
The site is the UK’s first ever single domain for government, offering one place for people to find information about government services and policies in a clear, consistent and transparent format.
The website replaced over 330 separate department and agency websites and at least 749 former government domains. Thew government claims it saves taxpayers over £60m a year.
This infographic on the GDS blog, breaks down some interesting use statistics over the first three years the site has been up and running.
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Single page that brings together all the things that are available to help teams building government services
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