In partnership with techUK, DWP Technology hosted the Next Sprint at Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry on 30 June 2016. Innovators from across sectors came to explore how DWP is applying next generation technology on a massive scale to make public services faster, simpler and more user-friendly. #nextsprint #dwproud
The Department for Work and Pension is currently recruiting for people to work in Technology in the Tech Support area.
Sue Griffin talks about DWP's Tech Support Services and explains who the organisation is looking to recruit.
If you want to help support transformative technology that changes lives for the better,
Introducing Mayank Prakash, who joined DWP as our Director General, Technology in November 2014. In this short video, Mayank talks about his priorities for DWP Technology for the year ahead, 2015/16
Showing DWP using Agile to develop digital services, like Carer's Allowance
Delivery managers in the Department for Work and Pensions talk about their role building digital services.
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DWP operates on a scale that is almost unmatched anywhere in Europe. Most people in Britain come into contact with us at some point in their lives. We offer:
A wide range of interesting and rewarding careers
The chance to make a real difference to people’s lives
An excellent package of employee benefits
Our staff are making the largest changes in the welfare system for a generation, including the introduction of Universal Credit and the new State Pension.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance policy. As the UK’s biggest public service department it administers the State Pension and a range of working age, disability and ill health benefits to over 22 million claimants and customers. – less