One of our user researchers talks about working on an exciting yet slightly daunting opportunity, helping UK Parliament’s Participation team make smarter use of their data.
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Anyone can be a leader – whatever their job role, background, or seniority. Our Director of Delivery and Customer Experience, Dan Cook, shows how in a 3-step process than anyone can adopt.
After successfully developing a remote voting system for the House of Commons, PDS turned attention to the House of Lords. Senior project manager Iain MacKinnon tells us how a new platform that does more than count votes came to life in 5 short weeks.
On Tuesday 12 May, history was made with the first ever remote division (vote) in the House of Commons. How does remote voting work, what were the challenges, and what’s next? PDS Director of Software Engineering tells the story.
By forming a ‘CrossGov Digital Business Partner’ group, a PDS team hopes to build a sustainable support network, share success stories and navigate difficult terrain that comes with the job.
In a companion piece to our blog post about Apple Macs, Craig Birtles explains how Windows devices are being updated more frequently to keep them safe and performing at their best.
Lucy Crouch started in PDS recently and describes what it's like to work in the fast-paced world of social media.
What are the drawbacks of using an Apple Mac in our security-conscious workplace and can they be overcome? Sean Brazier, Head of Device Management, explains the challenges.
Laura Majer is a service delivery manager in PDS and she told us what it's like having a job in tech where technology is only a small part of her job.
Amanda McArdle has written this blog post to talk about the team behind a recent project and how they used the PDS cultural values to drive the work.