A unified set of standards and best practices is needed to achieve consistency across the wide range of Government products available. View the list of standards and best practices guidelines for Government digital products below.
Analytics By Design is a methodology that seeks to improve the analytics-readiness of projects by planning out how data should be generated and collected before the project starts.
DSS is a set of policies, standards and guidelines which helps Government agencies in implementing digital services that are easy to use, seamless and relevant to citizens and businesses.
The Enabling Loop is a holistic guide for solving complex problems, be it in product development, operations or business support functions.
Government Zero Trust Architecture provides government agencies with a framework for adopting Zero Trust security practices. Find out more here!
InnerSource allows private code to be developed using open-source practices. To find out how the Singapore government conducts InnerSource, visit this page!
Instruction Manual for ICT&SS Management (previously known as IM8) provides policies, standards, and guidelines to govern agencies’ adoption of ICT&SS systems.
Secure coding introduces the best practices that all software developers should adopt to avoid security vulnerabilities.
These guidelines provide code review best practices for software developers and engineers to improve their Software Development Life Cycle. Learn more now!
WCAG 2.1 is a set of globally recognised guidelines for increasing digital accessibility for persons with disabilities. Find out more here!
Last updated 11 July 2021
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