In this post Myles Jarvis, a Delivery Manager at the Department for Education, takes you behind the scenes of the creation of the Delivery Management learning list, a useful resource for delivery managers, with the support of the cross-government delivery management community.
Technical writers are becoming increasingly important across government. From planning content, discussing Markdown to publishing docs as code, here’s an insight into what they do.
Cross-government communities of practice are growing across the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Profession. Find out about how the groups support their members, help career progression and increase DDaT capability across organisations.
Over the summer, the Government Digital Service (GDS) welcomed 2 interns from the Government Communication Service (GCS) internship programme, and 2 interns from the Government Economic Service (GES) programme.
Here’s what they’ve been up to as part of their internships.
Companies House has been working to make sure that all their employees have rich and rewarding work lives. This has included implementing the Digital, Data and Technology Profession Capability Framework.
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.
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.