16 October 2018

The government faces tough choices on spending, and it’s time it involved the public in that discussion

5 October 2018

Norman Strauss recently argued in CSW that there was a need to create a new ministry for the opposition to help change the civil service and share its expertise more widely across society...

4 October 2018

The Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Incentive Inquiry shows what can happen when these values are undermined, writes the FDA chief

1 October 2018

Parliament’s important role of policymaking is not well understood by all civil servants. As its work on Brexit increases, it is time to change that

24 September 2018

The civil service has many skills but finds itself resistant to change. It needs to disseminate itself more widely across society – and a new ministry for the opposition could do it, according to...

20 September 2018

The lack of consultation over civil service pay has meant that trade unions have had to turn to the law to get the government to the table. It shouldn’t be this way, says the head of the FDA

15 October 2018

A wide-ranging change to how government recruits for roles is being introduced across government. Whitehall’s chief people officer Rupert McNeil and other experts speak to CSW about what the move...

1 October 2018

Colin Marrs reports on a Civil Service Live round table discussion exploring how to spread innovation across government

27 September 2018

The civil service is committed to becoming the UK’s most inclusive employer by 2020. But how is it getting on? Tim Gibson listens in to a roundtable about the topic to find out