As 2018 draws to a close, this final blog post of the year looks back, reflects and celebrates the great work of our colleagues and some amazing achievements.
Women in Digital
DWP Digital recently hosted an 8 week course for not-for-profit organisation Code First: Girls to help improve gender diversity in technology. Software engineer Pooja Malhotra talks about her experience as an instructor and what she hopes the women will take away from the course.
Software engineer Diane Reddell talks about her experience of winning the Hack The North 2.0 event and the potential for taking the winning idea forward.
October is a great month for celebrating diversity - it’s Black History Month and it’s also the month when we remember the work of technology pioneer Ada Lovelace. And, this year we are also celebrating 100 years of women having …
I'm running a free coding course via Code First: Girls in our digital hub in Leeds.
One of the best things about the Civil Service is our diversity and inclusion (D&I) policies. As the largest government department the DWP is committed to bringing about real change in the D&I space.
In March this year, details of a new DWP Digital programme, Digital Voices, landed in our inboxes.
I’m a senior product owner at DWP Digital and I’ve just returned to work after the birth of my second child.
In DWP Digital we’re passionate about redressing the gender balance in digital roles.
The Digital Voices programme is helping women in DWP Digital build their confidence and tell their stories. Three of the Digital Voices, Jane, Julie and Lisa played a key role at the recent Women in Digital event, delivering an afternoon …