William Bray and Alex O’Mahoney share their experience of working as a Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET) at DVLA.
Police are now using a new photo ID checking tech at the roadside, known as the ‘Photo at the Roadside Service’. James Church, DVLA Service Designer, talks us through what has been happening to help make the pilot a success.
Lorry and bus drivers can now apply for a tachograph card using DVLA’s new online service. Dudley Ashford, Evolve Programme Manager, takes us behind the scenes on the development of this service.
DVLA’s code learning community, which encourages staff to learn to code, is rebooting with an all new look. Michelle Slee, ITS Agile Delivery Manager, who has been running the Code Learning Community at DVLA since May 2020, tells us more.
We’ve been working with HM Courts & Tribunal Service to digitise a paper-based prosecution system used for non-payment of vehicle tax. Michelle Billing, Service Designer, explains how we’ve achieved this.
DVLA recently hosted ‘Agile on the patio’, a cross-sector virtual conference as part of Wales Tech Week. Helen Jones, Agile Delivery Manager, tells us more about the planning and work that went on behind the scenes.
Need to update the address details on your vehicle log book (V5C)? If you’re the vehicle keeper, you can now do it online in super quick time using our brand new service. Julie Riseley, Vehicle Registration Service Designer, tells us more.
Rhysian Jones tells us about her journey on our MSc programme, which provides the unique opportunity to study for an MSc degree alongside on-the-job training at DVLA.
We recently collaborated with HMRC to make driving licence data available for customers applying for the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) to verify their identity.
DVLA Senior Software Engineer James Alfei tells us a bit about his role and what he has been up to during his first year at DVLA.