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Andrew Garton will take over as BPDTS’s Chief Financial Officer from 1 April.
Mal Singh is to step down as Chief Finance Officer, and Executive Board director, from 31 March 2021 to take up a new role in the wider DWP family.
Loveday Ryder will step down from her role as the BPDTS CEO from January 2021, with Rich McHugh, the current Head of Digital Operations taking over.
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has accepted recommendations to create a single new digital function within DWP.
Our Diversity and Inclusion Lead Taran Ozagir posts on Manchester Pride and our commitment to being naturally inclusive at BPDTS.
Julian Balaam, Head of Communications, BPDTS Ltd, on National Inclusion Week and how an inclusive environment helps us all fulfil our potential.
Mal Singh has been appointed as the new BPDTS Finance Director. He also becomes a member of the BPDTS Board with effect from 1 April 2019.
Andrew Bolton completes the Digital Service Practice Lead line up at BPDTS, alongside 6 other practice leads.
Katie Kapernaros and John Osmond have been appointed to the BPDTS board, each for a period of 3 years, with effect from 1 February 2019.
Valerie Gordon-Walker has been appointed as a BPDTS Ltd non-executive director for a 5-year term.
Jeremy Moore is the new chair of BPDTS Ltd, the government-owned company set up to provide specialist services to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Mayank Prakash has stepped down as a BPDTS Ltd non-executive director.
Peter Dewfall has joined the BPDTS Ltd Executive Team as the new Head of Digital Service Management.
Ian Wilson has been appointed as a BPDTS Ltd non-executive director for a 5-year term.
Loveday Ryder will take over as BPDTS’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) from Monday 22 January.
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