Current and upcoming work articles provide users with an overview of the ONS’s work on a specific topic or theme. This includes present work, as well as work we are completing in the near future and longer-term projects. Use our current and upcoming work article template (Word, 182KB).
Use a clear, unambiguous title that makes it easy for the reader to understand what they are about to read.
Use the following format:
[Theme, topic or emerging trend], current and upcoming work: [month and year of publication]
Green jobs, current and upcoming work: March 2022
Cost of living, current and upcoming work: June 2022
What to include
The first edition of a current and upcoming work article should provide a broad overview of your team’s work on a specific topic or theme.
Any subsequent editions should only cover work and updates since the previous edition and any work that will take place before the next edition.
Focus your content on the work that is currently taking place or about to take place. Only reference past work detailed in previous editions if you need to provide updates. You do not need to duplicate or repeat content in each edition of your article. Use clear and descriptive link text to refer users to previous updates and past work in earlier editions of your article where needed.
If you are planning work on a long-term project that will span several editions of your article, use the “Upcoming work” section to describe the phase of the work that you are currently working on.
For more guidance about structuring your Current and upcoming work article, you can email Content.Design@ons.gov.uk.
If you have any questions about using this article type to present your current and upcoming work, email PPA.Strategy.Team@ons.gov.uk.