Digital, Data and Technology Profession Capability Framework skill register

Skills for use in the Digital, Data and Technology Profession Capability Framework

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1001Agile and Lean practicesHas a deep knowledge of and leads on a range of Agile and Lean tools and techniques, with an ability to coach within and outside of their team. Able to represent and be an advocate for these tools and techniques, be innovative and ensure they keep up to date with the latest trends. Able to establish the feedback loop for teams and has responsibility for the translation and measurement of value (what you put in and what you will get out) and how this relates to practical government objectives and the user needs. Able to ensure the team has a situational awareness of what each other is working on. Ensures that working practices are iterated to achieve effective delivery.No dataNo data
1002Agile workingIs aware of and understands agile methodology and how to apply an agile mindset to all aspects of their work. Has the ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment and utilises an iterative method and flexible approach to enable rapid delivery. Unafraid to take risks, willing to learn from mistakes, and appreciates the importance of agile project delivery for digital projects in government. Able to ensure the team has a situational awareness of what each other is working on and how this relates to practical government objectives and user needs.No dataNo data
1003AnalysisAble to visualise, articulate and solve complex problems and concepts, by interrogating and using data or intelligence to formulate and influence plans. Able to interpret complex business and technical issues. Can identify and recognise a viable solution or control. Understands and links complex and diverse sets of information to inform the response and approach, for example identifying vulnerabilities and their impact.No dataNo data
1004Analysis and synthesisAble to turn research data into clear findings that inform decisions. Knows how to involve colleagues in analysis and synthesis to increase consensus and challenge assumptions.No dataNo data
1005Applied maths, statistics and scientific practicesUnderstands how algorithms are designed, optimised and applied at scale. Can select and use appropriate statistical methods for sampling, distribution assessment, bias and error. Understands problem structuring methods and can evaluate when each method is appropriate. Applies scientific methods through experimental design, exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing to reach robust conclusions.No dataNo data
1139Applied maths, statistics, and scientific practicesUnderstands how algorithms are designed, optimised and applied at scale. Can select and use appropriate statistical methods for sampling, distribution assessment, bias and error. Understands problem structuring methods and can evaluate when each method is appropriate. Applies scientific methods through experimental design, exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing to reach robust conclusions.No dataNo data
1006Asset and configuration managementConducts the lifecycle management for assets including hardware, software, intellectual property, licences, warranties. This includes managing usage, disposal, compliance, inventory, sustainability, cost optimisation and protection of the asset portfolio. Helps to improve investment decisions and capitalise on opportunities. Complies with international standards for asset management. Documents information relating to the assets including identification, classification and specification of all items, and information related to storage, access, versions, etc. Is able to apply status accounting and auditing in line with relevant criteria.No dataNo data
1007Availability and capacity managementAble to define, analyse, plan, forecast, measure, maintain and improve all aspects of the availability of services, including power. Controls and manages service availability to meet the needs of the business in a cost-effective manner, including managing the capability, functionality and sustainability of service components (including hardware, software, network resources and software/infrastructure as a service).No dataNo data
1140Availability and capacity management (Principal engineer)Able to define, analyse, plan, forecast, measure, maintain and improve all aspects of the availability of services, including power. Controls and manages service availability to meet the needs of the business in a cost-effective manner, including managing the capability, functionality and sustainability of service components (including hardware, software, network resources and software/infrastructure as a service).No dataNo data
1008Bridging the gap between the technical and non-technicalTranslates technical concepts between software engineering, delivery management and service management so they are understood by all.No dataNo data

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