As BPDTS and DWP Digital come together to create a unified digital function, our CDIO Simon McKinnon has shared his thoughts on why this is the right time for us to move forward as one.
Simon McKinnon, Chief Digital and Information Officer
Our CDIO Simon McKinnon has shared our goals for the next year in this new blog post, as we look to build on the achievements of the last 12 months.
DWP has announced today that our digital services provider, BPDTS, will move into the department next year, planned from 1 July 2021.
Since the Prime Minister announced the increased measures to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we’ve been working round the clock in DWP to respond to the crisis.
This year, the IWD theme is #EachForEqual. As we strive for an equal world find out how we are recognising that equality is everyone’s business and not just an issue for women.
On the eve of a series of conferences for DWP Digital colleagues, Interim Chief Digital and Information Officer Simon McKinnon explains how he wants to increase the pace and scale of our transformation.
In this blog-post, our CDIO Simon, shares his thoughts on how we're improving gender diversity in the month we celebrate Ada Lovelace day. Find out how our own role models are inspiring women to want to work in digital.
We’re pledging to do better to reflect the diversity of the population in our tech workforce, find out how.
As Mayank Prakash departs DWP Digital after 4 years of leading our digital transformation, I’m delighted to be taking up the reins as interim Chief Digital and Information Officer.
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At the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), we blog about how we are transforming the public services that millions of people rely on.
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- Designing accessible services: don’t exclude the neurodiverse 30 June 2022
- Launching our ‘Women in Data’ network 9 June 2022
- Meet the engineer: James 12 May 2022
- Product design: when private beta isn’t the next step 13 April 2022
- Meet the engineer: Edwin 7 April 2022