To mark Digital Leaders Week, people from across GDS reflect on the role that digital leaders can have in transformation and the qualities a good digital leader should have.
Blogposts about who we are and how we work.
Interim Chief Operating Officer Sally Meecham talks about rejoining GDS and reflects on how it has changed and developed over the years, as well as her hopes for the future.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has recently come in to promote transparency around the collection, use and storage of data. In this blog post, we speak to some of the many people across GDS who have been involved in preparing for GDPR.
To mark International Women’s Day, we’ve asked our colleagues in technical roles to share what it’s like to work in government and how we can encourage more women to join the digital, data and technology profession. Here’s what they said.
GDS is 6! Minister for Government Resilience and Efficiency, Caroline Nokes introduces the next chapter of the GDS Story, and GDS staff share their highlights of 2017 and what they look forward to delivering in 2018.
At this year's Blog Camp, we brought together blog editors from across government to share ideas and best practice, to create connections and partnerships, and to consider how we can blog bigger and better.
One of the good things about working in the Civil Service is that it encourages volunteering. Jacob Bonwitt shares his story of how volunteering changed his life and his career.
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.
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?