PCS says controversial decision to pause scheme valuations set to mean members miss out on 2% contributions reduction
Watchdog is set to become latest government body to make east London move after funding advance
Committee inquiry demands action plan to fill skills gaps and calls for Treasury to set out how public value frameworks will be rolled out in Spending Review
Committee raises alarm over loss of European Investment Bank funding stream
Public Accounts Committee demands clarity on how Whole of Government Accounts will present EU exit spending
Liam Fox targets South Korea, Canada, Israel and Colombia counterparts at Davos as Brexit clock ticks
Cabinet Office minister unpacks vision for driving government use of emerging technologies
Public Accounts Committee questions Gareth Davies about his time as a board member when Haiti allegations emerged
The prime minister admitted the NHS funding boost announced last year would mean “less room for manoeuvre” in other areas of public spending.
Liz Truss says that zero-based review of capital projects could see some major projects "junked"
Colin Talbot looks at how the government takes stock of what it owns – and how knowledge assets are changing what counts as capital
Greater clarity over how spending plans relate to departmental objectives would demonstrate government’s commitment to openness, says think-tank