A Digital Leader in Public Sector – DVSA and their Transformation Journey


8th September 2021
11am - 12pm


The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is an executive agency of the UK government. Its priorities are helping everyone through a lifetime of safe driving and helping everyone keep their vehicle safe to drive. The DVSA employs 4,600 people in over 500 locations, requiring fast, responsive access to cloud-based applications.

To improve efficiency, add flexibility, and gain value for money, the DVSA underwent an ambitious digital transformation journey in 2019. By shifting from long-term contracts, minimising vendor lock-in, reducing their dependency on PSN and moving to open source and cloud where possible the DVSA has gained tangible benefits.

Join Tim Hinchey, Head of Cloud and Infrastructure Architecture at DVSA in an exclusive public sector webinar, as he explains the DVSA’s digital transformation journey including:

  • Why adopt a ‘digital-first' approach?
  • Key challenges on the road to moving digital
  • Outcomes and key takeaways

Tim Hinchey

Head of Cloud and Infrastructure Architecture,
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency

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