Plans for a single Government web domain, which would radically reduce the current bureaucracy surrounding Government websites and improve the user experience moved a step closer today as the Cabinet Office announced testing has progressed to the next stage – the development of a “beta” site. The single domain project was recommended by the UK digital champion, Martha Lane-Fox, in her review of the Government’s online presence. Her review found that the Government publishes “millions of different pages on the web, via hundreds of different websites”, ultimately leading to “significant duplication” and an overall user experience that is “highly inconsistent”. The move to publish content to a single Government domain was one of the key recommendations in her review. Here to read more.