Analysis & Opinion
They stood up to be counted, now let's stand up to clap for them: Leigh Lewis on the extraordinary work of civil servants tackling coronavirus
"All over government, people are being asked to deliver the totally impossible at unimaginable speed."
NHS staff deserve our support on the frontline of the battle against coronavirus, but they are...
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Former civil servant Steve O'Neil takes a fresh look at the appliance of science at the heart of government
John Manzoni highlights the progress being made on the use of data as an asset to counter fraud, and invites civil servants and all interested sectors to share and contribute to a government thought paper on how to do more
In China, a bold approach to working with the private sector is having a huge impact which has put it at the forefront of digital government, says Joshua Chambers
The only certainty in the Conservative leadership race is that some civil servants will get a new boss, says the Institute for Government’s Tim Durrant
To successfully handle new post-Brexit powers, public bodies across the UK will need to build on ways they already work together – and manage divergence – across the nations
Trump's petulant and quasi-hysterical reaction has served only to prove the Darroch hypothesis
Taking a stand for civil service impartiality is more important now than at any time in the past 100 years
Analysis of improvement pledges under new public value framework also reveals concerns over participation of users in services and workforce capacity
Following news of Olly Robbins' likely departure, Brexiteers must stop treating civil servants like parents turning up at your first Glastonbury and act with level-headedness
Government chief commercial officer Gareth Rhys Williams has set out ambitious plans to improve contract management across government. He tells CSW what has been achieved in the first six months of a new accreditation scheme
Select committees have a key duty to hold those who hold power to account. Former MP Huw Edwards looks at how they have changed in the 40 years since they were created, and what parliamentarians are looking for when they are taking evidence.
The scale, constraints and pressure of Brexit have very few comparators – and the clock is ticking. Is it any wonder that the complexity of trying to deliver it is keeping civil servants up at night?