Making better use of data can help us improve the diversity of our workforce. We’re asking government departments to give us anonymous data - particularly on gender, pay, ethnicity and age - so we can identify patterns and trends.
As heads of product in government, we believe that product management is best ‘learnt by doing’.
On 27 and 28 April, digital, data and technology teams from several government departments will return to Europe’s largest tech job fair Silicon Milkroundabout to recruit together.
Earlier this year we held an event to explore how government can better drive diversity in Digital, Data and Technology. Here's what we learned.
Matthew Gregory's first experience with Shared Parental Leave taught him much more than he anticipated.
As the Academy turns 5, we spoke to 6 past and present students and staff who told us how the training changed their working lives.
If you are interested in an introduction to emerging technology and how this will impact government now and in the future this new course is for you.
The Digital, Data and Technology Profession hosted a Careers Insight Day for some Year 9 students last month. At the start of the day not one had considered a career in government - find out how we changed their minds.
Senior content designer Kevin McLaughlin has a condition that affects his eyesight. Learn what assistive technology he uses to help him in his job and what support is available to help others with disabilities.
When Liz Lutgendorff began studying for a PhD in history, she did not expect to end up working as a government data analyst. Little did she know the role required the same skills as historical research.
Meet our tech teams on 24 and 25 November 2018 in London.