This post explores how HMRC is using robots to encourage school girls in the North East of England to think about coding and to develop their STEM or related skills.
Women in Tech
The award, recognises public sector employers that attract and retain female tech talent into their IT/technology departments.
Students have graduated from GDS Academy's first Emerging Technology Development Programme. In this post, civil servants who took the course tell us what they learned, and the academics who taught them talk about their experience of the programme.
Matthew Gregory's first experience with Shared Parental Leave taught him much more than he anticipated.
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.
Helen Morris, second year Digital, Data and Technology fast streamer talks about her experience on the programme. Apply until 25 October!
Applications for The Civil Service Summer Diversity Internship Programme (SDIP) are now open.
We recently held a workshop at the British Computing Society Software in Practice Conference where we shared our knowledge and inspired people to look at coding from a different perspective.
Content designer Helen Nickols shares her experience of how GDS supports flexible working patterns and how she's used the skills she's learned as a new mum in her day job.
Conversations about LawTech are sometimes reduced to talk of 'robot-lawyers', but for Esther Kuforiji, it's about supporting relationships and solving problems.