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Digital at HMRC

“To achieve our goals, we’re innovative in our approach using the latest technology available. We’re creating a genuinely diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone feels able to bring their best and make CDIO a great place to work.”

CDIO Director General

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Who we are

The digital team, also known as the Chief Digital Information Office (CDIO) are responsible for HMRC’s IT services. This includes supporting our colleagues IT needs and leading digital transformation projects to support our customers.  

What we do

We are one of the largest digital organisations in the UK and have a number of specialisms to cover the wide range of work that we do. Every role has a defined career path so there will be lots of opportunities to develop your skills. Typical roles in CDIO include: 

  • architects 
  • business analysts 
  • data engineers 
  • software developers 
  • user researchers 

Exciting projects and opportunities

CDIO are proud to be building a digital tax system powered by the latest technology to improve the experience of our customers. The team’s task is to continue to deliver high-quality data and technology services to drive this digital transformation, while still providing outstanding services to our customers. This will ensure a great experience for everyone who interacts with HMRC.  

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Digital blog

Find out more about what it’s like to work in our digital team by reading our stories. Our CDIO colleagues talk us through some of the projects they have been working on and share their experiences of working at HMRC.

Start your HMRC journey today by looking at the vacancies we have available.

Discover more about what we do, our business areas and life at HMRC.

Ask our employees questions for an insight into what it’s like to work at HMRC.