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For our latest podcast episode we're joined by Liz Lutgendorff and Rosa Fox from the GDS Women's Network. We talk about why the network was set up, what it does and discuss wider issues of inclusion and diversity.
We want to increase ethnic minority representation at Senior Civil Servant level, so we held an event to find out what was stopping progression. Learn what was discussed and what government departments are doing about it.
The Academy was recently invited to Ottawa to give leadership, digital and agile awareness courses to Canadian public servants. Find out more about what we did and what we learned from our Canadian counterparts.
A look at some of the activities we're doing to break down taboos and raise awareness of mental health issues, as well as information on how you can get support.
The outgoing head of GOV.UK, talks about his time at GDS, the successes and challenges, and what the future holds for the nation’s website.
Passionate about technology and want to help make the UK a better place? Find out more about the DDaT Fast Stream and how you can get your career off to a flying start or change its direction.
Last month GDS was at TeenTech City 2018 - an event showcasing tech and science careers - where we introduced school pupils to AI through doodling and games of noughts-and-crosses.
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.
In November last year, colleagues from DCMS got in touch with us to find out about the work we do with Codebar, a non-profit organisation that runs coding workshops for under-represented people in tech. They wanted to run something similar for colleagues who were interested in learning to code. Here's what happened next.