Cabinet Office releases social media guidance to get more officials online
In a new column examining ideas from governments around the world, Joshua Chambers looks at how India is including its citizens in public service delivery
Treasury favourite leaves for Ofcom in March 2015
Senior officials are often wary of social media – but new ways of reaching out can help boost your contacts & expertise
CSW reviews the latest release from The Public Management and Leadership Series
Bronwyn Hill explains why she loves going to her rowing club every weekend – and she hasn’t picked a genteel West London group!
After my friend and I stumbled across Studio6 some months ago, I had been proclaiming it as one of London’s best hidden gems. Located a 30-second walk from the river Thames, amongst a nice bunch of other unique-looking restaurants, it offers a bright and inviting interior; a lovely beer garden; a good selection of wine and draft beer; and reasonable prices. After that discovery, my friend returned several times and spoke enthusiastically about the food.
Former Cabinet Office perm sec Ian Watmore explains why the Olympics worked so well – and how officials avoided pitfalls such as political meddling and hasty deadlines
Sue Owen explains why she loves the ’pool – and why the Everton Ground holds a special meaning for her.
CSW reviews Colesseo
When you don’t have the time to go on long holidays, planning the perfect weekend get-away becomes of crucial importance: the ideal spot should be far away, but easy to reach; warm, but not too hot; big enough to be entertaining, but not overwhelmingly; and affordable, without being dangerously deprived.
The government will recruit 100 “digital natives” into its communications arms, comms chief Alex Aiken announced yesterday.