Technology is evolving every day, giving opportunities for new ideas and services. DVLA’s Tom Collins, Principal Engineer for ITS, tells us how a recent event looked to the future of technology.
As DVLA’s Digital Architect, Rob James is committed to meeting our customers’ changing needs and expectations. Here he explains how emerging technologies, in particular chatbots, are helping us achieve this.
If you’re taking a trailer abroad, you may well need to use our new trailer registration service. Rebecca Naylor from DVLA Vehicle Services gives the lowdown.
Last year was another great year for DVLA's digital services. More of you than ever before chose to apply online for the documents you need to get on the road safely, quickly and easily. Saving yourself time and money.
Our new service, ‘Add a driving licence check code to your mobile phone', is available from today. Neil Akass, Service Designer at DVLA, reveals more.
Matt Lewis, DVLA Chief Architect, provides an update on DVLA's latest exciting development in the world of voice skills.
Dave Perry, DVLA's Chief Technology Officer, spoke recently at the Public Sector Show about culture change. Here he tells us more about his day.
Exciting times in our IT Services (ITS) department – we’ve recently launched the first in a series of recruitment campaigns for IT jobs which will see DVLA becoming a ‘Centre of Digital Excellence’. Michelle Williams explains more.
Dave Perry, DVLA's Chief Technology Officer, talks about the latest progress on DVLA’s IT strategy and transformation.
Kelly Williams, of DVLA's Digital Services team, explains how the 'Pay a DVLA fine’ service has gone from beta to live in just 6 months!
A Welsh language version of DVLA's online medical service for customers has now gone live. Emma Pugh of DVLA's Welsh Language Unit tells us more.