Civil service race champion said it could take 10 years for progress on racial diversity to...
Union seeks investigation into problems with payments delivered by Cabinet Office-backed Shared Services Connected Limited
Court rules that domestic worker kept by civil servant in conditions below legal standards for "basic minimum for dignity”
UK’s procurement spend on contracts over €100m is almost double rest of EU put together, meaning SMEs lose out
Sir Paul Jenkins says Brexit strategy would involve jurisdiction of European court in "all but name"
Crawford Falconer, who starts at the Department for International Trade this week, says new trade arrangements will “improve the global prospects for political openness and stability”.
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Union warns of further strikes as number of expected redundancies rises to 800
Backlash over advert for Tees Valley-focused role that “can require occasional trips” up north
New owner Macquarie has changed GIB’s name to overcome regulatory barriers to overseas investments
Sir Malcolm McKibbin is to join the board of Co-operation Ireland after five years as top civil servant in Northern Ireland
The Ministry of Justice recruited record numbers this year but is still losing experienced staff
Supplier Capgemini to train civil servants and help departments develop robotic process automation using software in £4m project