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Department for Transport - corporate accreditation case study

The Department for Transport (DfT) is one of 24 ministerial bodies working to keep the nation on the move. Supported by 21 agencies and public bodies, this ministerial department leads on national and international transport infrastructure, driving development, sustainability and economic growth for the UK.

With an extensive portfolio of projects and programmes, ranging in value from £5 million to £42 billion for High Speed Rail 2, it is one of the largest Government departments for strategically important projects. DfT and its agencies employ over 18,000 staff who work in a range of locations across the country and in a few cases, abroad.

Read the full case study here