Chief people officer Rupert McNeil (pictured) says current recruitment technology is “40 or 50 years out of date”
Civil service chief John Manzoni says good relationships between departments and their agencies...
Tory former Cabinet Office heavyweight heaps praise on staff at the centre of government – but...
House of Lords committee puts HMRC officials through their paces
Statements and press releases gave misleading picture of reduction in homelessness, the UK Statistics Authority finds, because press and policy teams failed to consult with statisticians before publication
As the civil service Fast Track apprenticeship programme opens for a new round of applications, the Cabinet Office's deputy director of early talent Greg Hobbs explains how the scheme can offer a springboard into a variety of government careers – and introduces two apprentices who've benefited from it
Dames Stella Rimington and Ursula Brennan among a group of female leaders who gathered at Buckingham Palace to mark growing number of women joining top ranks of civil service
Government should not be "opposed to consulting the people on the outcome of the negotiations", argues former cabinet secretary
Education department comes in for criticism as audit office report flags increasing free school costs as old buildings fall into disrepair
Civil service chief John Manzoni laments NHS care.data "misstep" – and sets out Whitehall's vision for big data
Retaining public trust “absolutely critical" to plans for data-drive government, says the civil service CEO
Ex-Treasury perm sec challenges David Davis's claims about the civil service's readiness for Brexit, as his former colleague Lord O'Donnell warns of major task presented by Great Repeal Bill
Public Accounts Committee says department still does not fully understand impact of benefit sanctions, and warns their use could have knock-on effects for other areas of government
QC who spoke at 7/7 inquest will take up post as terror laws watchdog in March
Regulatory Policy Committee says it is "disappointed" that departments appear to be diverting resources away from providing rigorous assessment of their decisions
Brexit ministry confirms it is "currently exploring options" to bolster scientific advice available to it