Treasury has handed £150m to official receiver for overseeing company’s liquidation, it has been...
Programme manager bags runner up slot in literary springboard the Costa Short Story Award
The department’s Richard Burn named HM trade commissioner for China during UK government’s three-day trade mission
Shadow body overseeing hubs programme and New Property Model expected to go live last year
Fewer than 10% of Community Rehabilitation Companies qualify for offender-reduction rewards
National Audit Office review flags skills gaps amid departments ‘unique’ dual role
Think tank has called on the government to undertake “thorough review of the public sector’s relationship with contractors” amid sector’s woes.
BEIS programme manager makes literary springboard’s ‘final three’
MPs get update on outsourced prisons contract as Cabinet Office reports public services are being maintained
Cabinet Office has reportedly been monitoring the firm since last September amid fears for future
Though some politicians dismiss civil servants’ ability to get jobs “in the real world”, moving between sectors is more and more common. Tamsin Rutter takes a look at the data to find out where top officials go after leaving Whitehall
David Lidington said it would not have been responsible for the government to bail out the firm that works on rail projects as well as managing prisons and providing school meals
Department launches three-year plan to boost digital, data and technology offer