New technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) present a real opportunity for the Government and DVSA to work smarter, to improve services and make roads safer. Head of Vehicle Engineering, Neil Barlow explains how we've used AI to better target fraudulent MOT testers.
This year we have 6 priority areas for the work we do on GOV.UK content. Find out what they are and how they’ll benefit our users.
To celebrate International Women's Day 2019, Michala Reith shares her experience of what it's like working in tech as a female.
Over 61,800 people accessed DVSA services or information at some point during Christmas Day - find out what services and information people were using, and how they accessed GOV.UK throughout the day.
Strategies, step by step navigation, video, and guidance for MOT testers, driving instructors and road haulage companies, plus the most-read news story on GOV.UK in 2018 - find out what DVSA's content designers got up to in 2018.
Nichole Browne, Senior User Researcher, explains how teams at DVSA have been identifying design problems by using goggles that simulate common symptoms of the most common eye conditions.
On Friday 18 May 2018, we hosted and took part in our first Amazon Web Services (AWS) GameDay at our office in Nottingham - an event that we'd been eagerly anticipating.
James Munson explains some of the work we've done to make sure we've got solid foundations in place to build on to deliver the DVSA digital, data and technology strategy.
We recently published the DVSA digital, data and technology strategy, which sets out how we'll provide modern, efficient and sustainable technology to support a mobile workforce and build brilliant digital services for users. James Munson explains more about the strategy in the first of 2 blog posts.
Every year, thousands of people use GOV.UK to find out how to become a driving instructor. There’s a lot of information you’ve got to find, transactions to complete, and you’ve got to do it in the right order.