His Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO) is established as part of HM Treasury.
HMSO becomes the official publisher for both houses of Parliament.
HMSO is appointed as the Queen’s Printer of Acts of Parliament and becomes the publisher of the London Gazette in the same year.
The publishing arm of HMSO (now OPSI) is privatised and The Stationery Office (TSO) is born
TSO joins the dot.com era and launches its first website, UKState, designed to aggregate and sell official and other content for use on other websites’ feeds.
www.tsoshop.co.uk is launched.
TSO becomes part of the Williams Lea family, enabling it to draw on an additional pool of talent and economies of scale in purchasing to benefit its clients.
TSO achieves Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of custody certification, which we have retained for the past 13 years
TSO developed legislation.gov.uk with The National Archives, providing full access to newly enacted legislation for the UK, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as legislation going back to 1267 as open data. Legislation.gov.uk is one of the first websites of this kind in the world.
TSO launches www.thegazette.co.uk, digitising all the Gazettes published since 1662
The millionth download of the DVSA official Theory Test App, published by TSO, on the Apple store.
130 years on from the HMSO becoming the publisher of the London Gazette, TSO continues to publish the London Gazette as a fully digitised solution.
The Official Highway Code is the No.1 bestselling book on Amazon.co.uk.
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