Ex-Treasury perm sec challenges David Davis's claims about the civil service's readiness for...
COO, who can expect to earn up to £140,000, set to take a lead on new Brexit-focused...
Departmental data release breaks down £583m spend on foreign outposts during 2015-16
Tax collection agency beats target by 400,000 users months ahead of self-imposed deadline
Report claims Sir Jeremy Heywood secured extra £250m for health service with ultimatum
Department says it is "committed to Verify as the single identification service for individuals and is fully focused on delivering this", amid questions over its use of an alternative to the Cabinet Office-backed platform
Government rejects think tank's calculations which suggest the UK missed target to spend 2% of GDP on defence thanks to unexpectedly strong economic growth
HMRC programme director Mike Howes-Roberts calls for "honest and candid dialogue" with other departments as he confirms tax authority will not make full use of much-heralded GDS platform
Peter Riddell calls for stronger diversity monitoring rules, as government plans a “stock take” of gender balance across public boards
UK Government Investments – which leads on the management and privatisation of state assets – seeks new director
From pensions to student loans, actuaries play a vital role in analysis risk right across government. Here, the government actuary explains his work
Treasury is "overbearing" and "overstretched", warns Lord Kerslake – but review stops short of calling for break-up
Former head of the civil service's review for Labour says Treasury must "up its game" on financial expertise; do more to support regional growth; and stop "second guessing" departments
Proper management of outsourced services is the only way to avoid the contracting fiascos of recent years, argues the IfG's Tom Gash
Some staff are still uncertain about joining the GCO, Institute for Government researchers find, though the reforms to improve commercial capability are already making an impact