This also affects how we communicate with people who use these websites and government employees who work on these transitions.
HMRC will use their working with tax agents blog to keep tax specialists updated.
Government Digital Service (GDS) will use the Inside GOV.UK blog to write about developing and iterating GOV.UK and will keep their colleagues in government updated on the progress of transition via the Transition to GOV.UK blog .
We think this will make it much easier to find the information that’s relevant to you.
If you want to be involved with user research or have any questions about the ongoing transition of HMRC’s website please contact the new Transition Manager, Till Wirth (email@example.com).”
Updates to GOV.UK
25 July 2014
The Policy team wish to remind members about the need to be vigilant when using GOV.UK – if there are errors or omissions they should be reported.
Although we are still awaiting final deadlines, HMRC PAYE information (along with information from all government websites) is gradually moving to GOV.UK. If readers come across problems they should report them using the box at the bottom “Is there anything wrong with this page?”
HMRC PAYE and expenses and benefits information can be found by following the Employing People option on the GOV.UK Home page and selecting Payroll .
If there is anything that readers would not want to see transferred across to GOV.UK, please let the policy team know by email .
As ever we would remind members that we would value hearing their views via policy to feed into consultation.
HMRC “pioneering the way” in digital public services
31 July 2014
The Financial Secretary to the Treasury, David Gauke, has opened a new HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) digital facility in Newcastle, marking a new stage in the development of HMRC’s digital services. The HMRC announcement mentions that the new facility will be used to create and develop further services such as online tax accounts. It notes that HMRC now handles 1.15 billion transactions a year, comprising 70% of all government transactions. These include 304 million PAYE transactions of which 95% are completed digitally.
GOV.UK - Self assessment guidance is on the move
20 August 2014
From 21 August 2014 the guidance for self-assessment is moving from HMRC to be accessed through GOV.UK.
CIPP Policy News Journal
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