The Survey

Welcome to the registration survey for the Government Science and Engineering (GSE) profession!

Please note: We hold any data you supply us with in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the GSE Privacy Policy. If requested by Departmental Heads of GSE profession (HoSEPs), we may share details of departmental GSE members.
By completing this survey, you are agreeing that you understand the GSE Privacy Policy.
You will need to register through this survey even if:

·        You have previously registered for the GSE profession on our old survey.

·        You have previously registered for the GSE profession on Civil Service Learning.
Please note, you must be a civil, public or crown servant to join the GSE profession.
Why join?
Once you have registered, you will have access to frequent updates from the GSE team, letting you know about the latest news, events, networking and learning opportunities.

Read our blog for more reasons to sign up, and to find out 'what's in it for me?'

The GSE profession is one of 26 Civil Service professions, and one of five government analytical professions that provides evidence for policy. It is managed by the GSE Team in GO-Science, on behalf of Sir Patrick Vallance, the Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA) and head of the profession.
It is currently made up of over 10,000 civil servants, with a background or an interest in science and engineering, who work in a range of specialist, deep specialist, policy, analytical and operation roles.
By registering with the GSE profession you will be signing up to the GSE Vision through the implementation of the GSE Strategy and delivery of the GSE profession Mission Statement.
The GSE Vision

A high profile, proud and effective GSE profession that attracts fresh talent and has a secure place at the heart of government decision making
The GSE Mission Statement
  • Lead the way in developing high performing, adaptable and skilled people as part of the wider Civil Service vision for a "Brilliant Civil Service".
  • Ensure our members have access to the skills and training they need to their jobs effectively.
  • Provide access to a wide choice of careers, and the ability to move across departments and sectors.
  • Ensure there is opportunity for all in a diverse and inclusive profession.
  • Be a voice for all in the GSE profession.

Question Title

1. Have you read the GSE Privacy Policy and consented to the use of your data?