Building an open and inclusive culture is something we work on continually. All this work is important, because it helps create an environment where people can feel confident to be themselves at work. Where they can bring their whole selves to work.
Blogposts about who we are and how we work.
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it’s much quieter than usual on this blog and all the other blogs run by GDS. It’s because between midnight on Friday, 21 April and the general election on 8 June is the pre-election period.
Last year on International Women’s Day, we publicly announced the GDS Parity Pledge. A year later, how have we done?
In order to make government a major destination for digital, data and technology professionals, we need to change how we attract and retain them. Here’s what we’ve done to achieve our goal, and what we’re doing next.
The GDS Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) network went to this year’s UKGovcamp to talk about cultural diversity in the workplace.
Digital transformation of services relies on making policy an integral part of digital delivery teams and vice versa. GDS Policy and Engagement Lead Anais Reding explains first-hand the benefits this can bring.
It’s the time of the year for ‘Best-of lists’. In keeping with the season, we’ve been looking back over some of the most popular blog posts of 2016. Here’s a selection.
Ross Ferguson introduces the product and service manager community, explains the importance of communities of practice and invites you to get involved.
Half a decade on, GDS remains committed to its original principles: building and supporting services that put the user first. Here are some of the things I am looking forward to us working on in the next year.
GDS turns 5 this week (officially on Thursday 8 December), and we’re celebrating all week.
We’re going to spend some time on this blog looking back at the story so far. We’ll also look forward to the future.