Team spotlights

Get to know our teams in Capita Local Government

Learn more about the teams delivering services for our customers everyday

Did you know we have a minerals and waste team who support local plans and monitor quarries and landfills for local authorities across the country? Meet the team and read more about their work.

Our Assessment, Policy and Training (APT) team provide training and support in leadership, soft skills, revenues, benefits and customer services to internal and external clients.

Learn more about the teams delivering services for our customers everyday

Did you know we have a road safety team who educate children in road safety and cycling safety in Salford? Meet the team and read more about their work.

Learn more about our national sales team at Link2ICT

Find out more about Capita's Bexley revenues team

Did you know we have a highways and infrastructure team? Meet the team and read more about their work.

Learn more about our service desk team based at our joint venture Service Birmingham

Did you know we have a road safety team who undertake checks on the safety implications of highway proposals in Salford? Meet the team and read more about their work.

Did you know we have an insight team based in Barnet? Meet the team and read more about their work.

Did you know we have property services to support schools? Meet the team and read more about their work.

Learn more about the teams delivering services for our customers everyday

The Keep Warm and Well project in Barnet

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Very helpful, friendly and polite, very useful energy saving literature

Barnet resident

Blue Badge Application Service

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The average customer journey time, between making first point of contact to receiving their Blue Badge, has now dropped from 30 days to 19 days. This number of days is dropping consistently every month.

Dynamic Purchasing System

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We believe that the introduction of a Framework Agreement and a micro-procurement process provides greater transparency to people in need of care, carers, care providers and the Council. It promotes and reward the use of services that are achieving and maintaining high degrees of quality.

Jules Gregory, Market Manager, Birmingham City Council