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Jordan Hatch is a developer for GDS, and is part of the European Commission's Young Advisors Expert Group
At GDS, we're in a unique situation where our product teams have lots of people who can code, but in other teams there's not so many. However, across these teams, there's definitely an appetite to learn more.
Last month I was appointed to the European Commission's Young Advisors Expert Group and this week I visited Brussels for our first meeting of the year. The Young Advisors Group is made up of twenty-five young people who have all …
Last week Jordan Hatch, Developer with Government Digital Service met Francis Maude, Minister for Cabinet Office for a quick chat.
Hi, my name is Jordan Hatch, I'm seventeen, and last week I joined the development team working on the gov.uk beta. It's great to be working with so many talented developers on such an innovative project.
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Government Digital Service
Government Digital Service (GDS) builds platforms, products and services that help deliver a simple, joined-up and personalised experience of government to everyone.
Government’s authentication and digital identity solution
Read GDS’s recent blog post for an update on our one login for government programme, including live beta, onboarding and feature development.
Be part of the transformation
If you’re interested in joining us, check out all open opportunities on the GDS careers site.
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