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Since the Ministry of Defence (MOD) is not predominantly a citizen-facing Department, work under the banner of implementation of the Manchester Declaration has not been collated centrally. However, the MOD has and continues to deliver a range of outputs and initiatives consistent with its aims and intent.
As part of the Cabinet Office-led work on the single domain for Government, gov.uk, the MOD website is due to close by the end of 2012 with all content migrating into gov.uk. The MOD is one of five trail-blazing Departments taking part in this early stage of populating gov.uk.
Increasingly, social media is used to communicate messages about Defence and its outputs and to engage and encourage interaction with the public. There is an official MOD presence on YouTube, Twitter, Flickr and Facebook.
Within the MOD there is an ongoing programme of roll-out and continuous improvement of electronic services to deliver business processes more effectively and efficiently in areas including procurement, travel, logistics, human resources and finance.