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.
How we're growing our multidisciplinary delivery teams to successfully build and run digital services.
To celebrate International Women's Day 2019, Michala Reith shares her experience of what it's like working in tech as a female.
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.
Shaun Hare, Senior Digital Developer at DVSA, shares why he joined the agency and what he’s been up to in his first few months.
Ken Roberts, a Digital Delivery Lead in DVSA’s software delivery team, shares his first impressions of the team after joining in September 2017, and explains the challenge of building software delivery capability.
I'm Grant Chappell, a content designer at DVSA, and I recently took the Government Digital Service's 5-day user research fundamentals course. I want to tell you about why this course will change the way you work.
Our junior developer apprentices joined us in January 2017, and they've become a vital part of the team, working on coding, mobile apps and much more.
Two of the very first apprentices at DVSA - Alex Le Peltier and Lewis Caddick - continue to flourish. Find out about their time at DVSA.
James Munson told you about our first graduate recruitment campaign in November 2016. We’re delighted that the first of the successful applicants have now joined the team in Nottingham.