Directgov, launched in April 2004, is a digital multi-channel service on web, TV and mobile phone. It provides citizens with access to information and services from across government. Directgov provides information on topics ranging from completing your driving test to parental leave to finding a job or a local NHS service. To learn more, click on the link below:
Directgov provides access to public services by organising its content and services according to how the customer thinks and uses the web. For example, by organising within topics such as money,
employment or education. Or by key audience groups such as disabled people and parents.
Do you want to work for an organisation that helps the UK public get its lunch hour back? People no longer have to queue for hours to get a specific form, or speak to someone to see if they can qualify for a benefit. Directgov offers access wherever, whenever. We're open 24 hours a day, and can be found in your home, office or on the move.
Directgov can save you time and money. You can search for a job from your PC, phone or TV, rather than take a trip to the job centre. You can find out how to manage your debt, tax your car, apply for student finance, check what benefits you're entitled to, and you can even apply for a fishing licence...
Directgov means you don't have to understand how government works, or keep pace with changing departments - just remember Directgov and we do the rest.
Further information on the Directgov services can be found on their home page at www.direct.gov.uk