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Last week’s leak gives some insights on trade talks, but the government needs to be more open to get the best results
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The civil service is not immune to “new year, new you” delusions, and HM Treasury is the main offender, says Andrew Greenway
The role of private secretary is a well-beaten path to power. but what’s so special about being a secretary? Andrew Greenway explores
As the deadline for ditching the 22-year-old platform draws near, some major government departments are still using GSi email addresses – but all contend that they are on track for the March cut-off
There’s some Brexit semantic skirmishes as the cabinet secretary and the civil service chief exec appear before PACAC. Dave Penman watches it so you don’t have to
Rapid job changes across government costs money and is bad for policy. So why does it persist?
Twelve months on from the collapse of one of the government’s biggest contractors, Richard Johnstone looks at how the Cabinet Office has responded and reformed its approach to outsourcing
At a time of turmoil in government, the latest trust rankings for top professions provide a fillip for civil servants – and for trade union bosses
Public spending on tech and consultancy is so dull as to be invisible – but failing to measure it is a mistake
When we evaluate public policy we reach for the rational lexicon, but this risks creating cold and ineffective public services
Brexit is already transforming much more than the UK’s relationship with the EU. But amid the uncertainty and acrimony, can politicians, officials and voters seize the chance to make change for the better?
Three government departments collaborated to organise a major international conference on illegal wildlife trade in London last month. Conference director Andrew McCulloch explains how they did it
Now court documents have disclosed the backstory to this year’s pay guidance, civil service bosses need to rework their script, says the FDA general secretary