Read about how we're shifting to a common shared approach to enable better data sharing, improved self-service and increased trust.
For the first in our Meet the engineer series, we're introducing you to Roy, one of our senior infrastructure engineers. Find out what he thinks about working at DWP Digital, what tech he uses and what he likes to do in his free time.
Ahead of International Women's Day, DWP Gender lead Rowena, reflects on what breaking the bias means for DWP Digital.
The wide range of work we do requires a diverse mix of cultures, perspectives, experience, skills and ideas. We offer exciting tech careers with the security of working in the Civil Service, flexible-working and career progression.
Read on to find out more.
In this episode, we catch up with Barry Traish, Hannah Dell'Armi and Shafiq Porter from our Delivery practice who share their thoughts and experiences.
Take a look at our new test and learn workspace in Newcastle.
The Labour Market Data Trust Pilot has enabled us to explore improved data accessibility between the four government departments closest to everyday Labour Market activity. In this blogpost, Paul Lodge our Chief Data Officer, explains more.
DWP Digital has expanded into Birmingham, with its central location, it's a great setting for our new hub and an ideal place to work.
We're recruiting now, read more about the opportunities available.
What impact are digital estates having on climate change? What challenges do organisations face in improving their sustainability offer?
Find out what we're doing in our first podcast of a brand new series.
Ahead of World Religion Day, Sunday 16 January 2022, find out how Mark's faith influences his work as a Business Analyst on a day to day basis.
Melissa van der Hecht, a Field CTO at Kong, talks about how working alongside our Integration team, API-driven outcomes have made a real difference for UK citizens.
International Day of People with Disability is celebrated on 3 December. To mark the day Andrew, a DWP Digital Product Owner, has shared his reasons for joining DWP’s Blind and Visually Impaired Network.