When the Academy moved to Government Digital Service (GDS), it put us in an ideal position to collaborate with digital, data and technology communities from across government to understand their learning and development needs.
In May this year, we started our journey towards a new way of structuring digital services at the Department for Education (DfE). We used this journey as an opportunity to take a look at our priorities.
Government Digital Service (GDS) is hiring Delivery Managers. Amy Fox gives an insider look at the job, and explains how she found her way to the world of digital.
#UKgovishiring. Digital, data and technology teams across government will be at Silicon Milkroundabout tech fair on 25 and 26 November in London.
Dr. Joanna Lee, Data Scientist, recently moved from the Ministry of Justice to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. She talks about the huge scope of data in government and the projects she’s excited about.
Applications for the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Fast Stream are open until 26 October. The scheme prepares participants to tackle real world problems on a large scale.
As we celebrate National Inclusion Week, Daniele, a developer, describes how making connections with networks is helping the effort to improve gender parity in both GDS and the wider tech industry.
Jenny Huynh, second year Digital, Data, and Technology Fast Streamer, talks about gender equality at work and the culture of inclusiveness on the scheme.
Applications for the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Fast Stream 2018 open today. Thomas Hind, first year fast streamer tells about his experience at Defra, working in digital government and attending GDS Academy.
Dr Matthew Dray is a Data Scientist at the Department for Education (DfE). He talks about good data in government and getting hooked on data science after taking part in the Data Science Accelerator.
Emily Ackroyd and Hazel Hobbs share the role of Director for Strategy and Engagement at GDS. Six months in, the two describe the benefits of flexible working and what it’s like to operate ‘as one’.