At Search.gov we aim to provide an excellent public search experience, a self-service search administration experience, and a rock-solid secure and compliant infrastructure to support it all, while keeping costs down across the government.

We know it’s helpful for our partners at federal agencies to know what’s coming up next, to support planning for your own web platforms.

This roadmap shows what we are working on now, and what we plan to be working after that. We’ll update this roadmap quarterly.

FY21, Q3: April - June 2021


  • Version Upgrades
    • We will be upgrading our Elasticsearch, Ruby, Rails, and MySQL components to keep them up-to-date and compliant.
  • Search.gov website redesign
    • We will be launching a new design that aligns with the US Web Design System, in accordance with the 21st Century IDEA. The new site includes improved navigation and expanded documentation.
  • Results page redesign
    • We are working on decommissioning the legacy SERP in preparation for the new design.
  • Continuity of Operations Plan Improvements
    • We are taking steps to bolster our system’s resiliance and reliability.
  • Login.gov Authentication Flow Improvements
    • We are improving the login and authentication flow for logged-out users.


  • Results page redesign
    • Begin work on the new design
  • Development process improvements
    • Streamline our deployment process
    • Update our system error diagnostics tooling
    • Clean out legacy code components


  • Indexing Improvements for Non-Standard Sites
  • Adding Features to Results API
  • Results Page Redesign Rollout
  • Security and Privacy Improvements

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to our team.

Previous Roadmaps