Government reveals plans for a 'one stop' app for accessing GOV.UK

John Leonard
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Government reveals plans for a 'one stop' app for accessing GOV.UK
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Government reveals plans for a 'one stop' app for accessing GOV.UK

Seeks to build on increased public acceptance of apps during the pandemic

The government yesterday unveiled plans for a smartphone app to be used as a single access point for multiple government services. A press release published jointly by the Cabinet Office, Govern...

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