The DVSA digital team is diverse and inclusive. To mark International Women’s Day 2020, we spoke to some of the female members of the team about their work as women in tech. Tina Churcher, digital delivery lead I would love …
The steps we're taking to create and run good digital services that meet the needs of users.
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.
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.
Our digital MOT testing service was launched in 2015, providing a critical service to over 23,000 MOT garages across the country. It's remained as a beta service since then, and we've been working hard on improvements to make it ready to be a live service.
The approach we're taking at DVSA to modernising our services and technology so that we can achieve our vision of safer driver, safer vehicles, and safer journeys for all.
We recently hosted a 'meet the buyer' event so that suppliers on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework could find out more about what we do, where we're heading, and how they can work with us.
The MOT testing service was highly commended in the 'best use of cloud services' category at the UKIT Awards held in London on 17 November 2016.
I’m sure that DVSA isn’t unique in facing the challenge of finding and keeping good-quality applicants for digital roles.
Our purpose at DVSA is to help everyone stay safe on Great Britain's roads. Our new DVSA digital blog is the place to find out how digital services, technology, data, content and engagement are playing a major role in that.