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We help government agencies evolve with technology.

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We’re here to streamline and innovate government processes through solutions-based software and mission-focused teams

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Access a public service-ready talent pool

Given our extensive network of veterans and strong relationships with industry primes, we hold one of the largest talent pools of security-cleared technologists in the world.
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Enable the tech-capability of your teams

We offer online training in 11 digital career pipelines including data analytics, low code, cloud and cyber security, ranging from entry-level to advanced courses.
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Build custom software solutions

We build custom software solutions to solve problems in areas such as Logistics, Resources, HR, Planning, Health and more. As a veteran-led company, we understand the needs of government and large organisations.
Diversity and inclusion

Diversity and inclusion

We are a veteran-led, social impact company dedicated to tackling the global digital skills crisis. As well as being a veteran employer of choice, we also have several programs in place to employ people from various under-represented backgrounds - including neurodiverse, refugees, indigenous and women in tech.

WYWM seeks to build diverse and inclusive governments where all talent thrives. We envision workforces that reflect the communities we serve, where diversity, inclusion, and belonging remain our number one talent priority. In our workforce diversity report, we’re sharing our progress with a mix of enthusiasm for the momentum we have established and deep humility in recognising that we have more work to do.

Robust cyber capability

WYWM partnered with The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade to develop a National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) for a Government in the Pacific Islands.

Local government workers were aptitude tested and over 60 top performers were trained in cyber security on WYWM's platform under the mentorship of WYWM Cyber Security Specialists.

The NCSC is now a fully operational Cyber Force capability staffed by local nationals that provides robust cyber protocols and protection.
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Upskill them today, to solve tomorrow's digital challenges

Software Factories

Using a Software Factory model, build in-house digital capabilities to empower teams to ideate and build technology solutions that meet evolving needs.
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Digital Squads

WithYouWithMe delivers professional services through the deployment of ‘Super Teams’ and ‘Squads’ - teams of individuals from under-represented backgrounds who have completed our digital skills training. This helps organisations quickly plug their digital skills gap and bring greater diversity to their workforces.
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Cyber Forces

WYWM can deliver SaaS frameworks that build advanced cyber capabilities. By building, training and deploying a Cyber Force, organisations are better equipped to provide defensive and offensive responses to cyber security threats.
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Meet our advisors

Ollie Benzecry

Olly Benzecry, CBE

Olly Benzecry is the Chair of WithYouWithMe.

Previously, Olly was the Chairman and Managing Director of Accenture UK and Ireland, where he had overall accountability for client service, people, and the ESG performance of this multi-billion-dollar entity.

Olly is also Chair of Movement to Work and also a member of the UK Digital Economy Council.
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Sally Walker

Sally Walker

Sally Walker spent 25 years in the national security community, 16 years of which were in the senior civil service in various crisis management and military support roles.

A civilian graduate of the Higher Command and Staff Course at Shrivenham, her final job in government was to design and deliver the National Cyber Force, as Director Cyber for GCHQ and in full partnership with Ministry of Defence. She also had joint responsibility for the National Offensive Cyber Programme, led many aspects of the UK’s partnership with US Cyber Command, and was GCHQ’s diversity champion for over a decade.

She is currently a board chair in local UK government and a non executive for her “new tribe”, WithYouWithMe, while also working with a portfolio of clients from all sectors of society.

Our partners' success

Is our success

  • Northrop Grumman logo
    Northrop Grumman UK is working with WYWM to assess for potential in untapped talent pools, providing people from diverse backgrounds – who may be new to a career in tech but have a natural ability to learn it quickly – with the chance to join their ranks.

    A ‘squad’ of ten has been deployed to NGUK’s biggest business unit – the cyber and intelligence business. Roles include business analysts, as well as software and Java developers, based in both London and Manchester. The squad’s backgrounds are broad and varied, from a former police officer with a disability to a neurodivergent military veteran.
  • Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
    Increasing connectivity in the Pacific region is a force for significant social and economic development and inclusion – however it also has the potential to expose the region to increased threats from malicious cyber actors. Papua New Guinea’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is an initiative that acknowledges the benefits of Australia and PNG working together to foster a strong and resilient cyber security environment.

    The program, delivered by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade and WithYouWithMe, is supporting PNG’s development of local digital skills, which ensures they have the expertise required to detect and address evolving cyber threats and respond to cyber incidents.
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    WithYouWithMe has been solving a broad range of tech and workforce challenges across the Canadian Armed Forces for more than two years.

    Of particular note is CAF’s Software Factory – a key digital transformation project which has seen WYWM deliver teams of diverse talent to build technology solutions using the Microsoft product suite. This model is agile and grows over time to ensure CAF can meet the evolving needs of its operation with in-house talent.
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    Ernst and Young (EY) partnered with WithYouWithMe to address the Canadian Government’s cybersecurity talent shortage, by providing free digital skills training to Canadian Armed Forces
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    Veteran candidates for the Cyber Workforce Enablement Program (CWEP) undergo WYWM’s aptitude, psychometric, cultural fit, and learning style assessments to be matched to entry-level tech roles in government to build up Canada's cyber workforce.
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    In keeping with their ongoing commitments to hiring more digitally skilled veterans and members of the military community (spouses and families), BAE Systems partnered with WithYouWithMe to source security cleared talent.

    WYWM’s aptitude and psychometric testing enabled BAE Systems to discover veterans with the best skills and knowledge for their open technical roles.

    The organisation onboarded 10 people and trained them for information and technology roles across the business, including in cybersecurity, systems and data administration, network engineering, and application specialists roles.

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We partner with the world's leading government agencies and biggest businesses to address the digital skills shortage while making a positive social impact.