September 6, 2023: We’re leading a change to .gov’s infrastructure that requires current users to take certain actions. In October 2023, we’ll also initiate a pause on new domain requests.
February 8th, 2023: Federal executive branch agencies have updated requirements for the registration and use of .gov domains, via OMB Memorandum 23-10. The update details how domains are requested and which may be approved.
September 14th, 2022: We’ve written a blog about the last year: we’re building a new registrar, publishing the .gov zone file, and ending support for
fed.us. We’ve also shared some guidance on how to think about moving to .gov.