We recently held a botathon with public and private organisations to find new ways to use bot technology in the public service. Simon Cromwell tells us more about what happened over the 2 days.
No? Then read on to find out why you’re missing out!
In my last blog I touched upon the work we’ve been doing, from reviewing feedback, carrying out usability testing and arranging trials of the service, to breaking down information to better understand what information you need.
We’ve got some exciting news to share - significant new features on our View Driving Licence and Check Driving Licence online services, and on our Access to Driver Data (ADD) API.
We recently held an event in our own Furnace space at TechHub Swansea, featuring a talk by Red Hat about their platform OpenShift and container technology.
Happy New Year to you all. A new year is the perfect time for reflection and for looking ahead to the future.
As well as opening presents, pulling crackers and tucking into your turkey on Christmas day, a lot of you also found the time to use our digital services. We saw this repeated on New Year’s Day too.
It’s been a while since I’ve updated you on where we are with the vehicle enquiries web service and the API development.
DVLA is committed to moving away from its traditional infrastructure and services onto a new open standards platform. We started the journey on the Vehicle Excise Duty reform project and we’re already making great progress.
I recently attended, along with 5 of my colleagues, a Department for Work & Pensions cross-government hackathon with teams from the National Health Service, Home Office (DWP), HM Revenue & Customs and Government Digital Service. Do the right thing …
DVLA cleaned up at the 2016 Digital Leaders 100 awards ceremony, scooping the Digital Public Sector Innovation Award and the overall Digital Leaders 100 Award. I attended with colleagues from the Drivers Services Management team, proudly representing the agency. To …