Permanent secretary Antonia Romeo says department has appointed top team and will now focus on building capability. Tamsin Rutter reports on DIT’s next steps
Contract, which also covers wider public sector, allots £5m to assess telecoms and mobile spend
If Whitehall pushes ahead with plans to move civil servants around the country, it must conduct proper impact evaluations
Department begins recruiting for post-Brexit arm’s length body
After a career at the top of industry, Tony Meggs joined the civil service to lead Whitehall’s work on project management. He speaks to Richard Johnstone about improving delivery across government and his ambitions for the profession
Warning as Brexit pressures massively increase scale and complexity of £157m plan to replace "ageing technology"
Commission urges focus on investment away from London and the South East, but warns of “dilution” of know-how witnessed by civil service departments
Firms representing 40% of central government procurement spending agree to quicken payments to tackle £26bn backlog
As the new apprenticeships system gets into full swing, Suzannah Brecknell meets Peter Lauener, the man charged with setting up the institute which will put employers front and centre
National Audit Office says department did not look carefully enough at other ways to fund new nuclear plant
Transport secretary Chris Grayling insists services are improving and some recommendations are already being implemented
Crawford Falconer to advise on post-Brexit deals and lead development of trade profession across the civil service
Theresa May’s fledgling post-Brexit industrial strategy seeks to use government purchasing power to boost UK business if the Conservatives remain in power. Colin Marrs looks at historical precedents and future pointers.