Civil Service Learning: NAO publishes investigation into Capita's handling of £250m Whitehall training contract
The National Audit Office finds no evidence that Capita inflated management fees or deliberately delayed payments to suppliers in Civil Service Learning contract, but watchdog does not pass judgement on overall value for money of the scheme. CSW looks at the report's key findings
Whitehall officials recruited to teach friends and family basic digital skills in Cabinet Office...
Civil servants encouraged to share digital skills with friends and family as part of new ‘Digital Friends’ initiative
Whitehall officials recruited to teach friends and family basic digital skills in Cabinet Office drive to get more people online
Report by the Public Accounts Committee says HMRC too slow in identifying potential abuse of tax reliefs
Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander announces £0.5m fine for UK Export Finance for failing to comply with rules on designating staff as contractors
A former police call centre worker tells Freya Pascall about the pressures – exacerbated by central government – that led to their resignation. Illustration by John Levers
Amid the furore around HSBC's Swiss operations, FDA general secretary Dave Penman says we should remember that HMRC has had to...
The quality of legislative scrutiny in the House of Commons is woefully inadequate, argues Reform's Camilla Hagelund
From the homeless and crime victims to the abused children of Rotherham, Louise Casey has spent her career fighting for society’s most vulnerable. Sarah Aston meets her. Photos by Tal Cohen
The referendum could yet prove to be the catalyst that changes Scotland, but for some, the change has been more personal
Colin Marrs talks to Peter Wilding...
After a rocky start, the government’s ambitious plan to integrate health and social care is ready for launch. But is the challenge simply too big? Mark Rowe asks the experts
Journalist, doctor and academic Ben Goldacre - author of the acclaimed books Bad Science and Bad Pharma - tells CSW what works and what doesn't in the civil service
What happened when the Food Standards Agency’s Food Safety Week message caught the public’s imagination?
The London mayor’s adoring paean to Churchill sometimes reads as an effort to reflect some glory back onto its author, writes John Ashmore
Kingsman: The Secret Service is neither thrilling nor particularly funny, ...
Ben Yong and Robert Hazell's book on special advisers is a 'must read' for ministers, spads and civil servants, says former cabinet secretary Lord O'Donnell