GOV.UK’s search engine is powered by lots of underlying information that isn’t always shown in the main search results. But you can access this valuable metadata through a more technical interface, with filters to get just the details you want.
Performance analyst for GOV.UK at the Government Digital Service
MeasureCamp London VIII took place with close to 300 participants on March 5th, 2016.
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