The Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) profession is a cross-government profession, working collaboratively with other functional areas to support the business of government. DDDaT professionals work across a number of roles, to ‘transform the relationship between citizen and the state by ensuring government is efficient and meets user-needs.
What roles are under the DDaT taxonomy?
The DDaT profession comprises seven job families:
- user-centred design
- IT operations
- product & delivery
- quality assurance and testing
(Link to the DDaT common Taxonomy diagram)
What are the benefits to my organisation?
- to recruit and retain DDaT professionals, building a succession pipeline for the future
- develop skills and maintain CPD for professionals
- achieve consistency and professional standards community across government
- create a diverse and inclusive organisation through the diversity actions in the Digital Strategy
Contact: Rob Malpass, Head of Digital Talent, or call 0131 244 0061