Education and Skills Funding Agency pushes back small-firms target "to keep stability in the marketplace"
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Standards watchdog raps former foreign secretary for breach of Ministerial Code
Just four departments currently publish detailed information about parental leave and pay policy on their websites
Civil service union Prospect says government should lead by example as Scottish counterparts have done
Former MP for Grismby Austin Mitchell’s new book is one that future historians will have on their reading lists, writes Sue Cameron
DCMS-led document also signals departments will face greater requirement to demonstrate social-value aspects of contracts and grants
Sources indicate that one of the civil service’s most high-profile digital and technology specialists is to take a job in the commercial sector
Natural Resources Wales has had its accounts qualified three times over “unlawful” contracts with a sawmill
Government failed to consult with unions over pay because they "didn’t trust them not to leak 1% to 1.5% pay range"
Justice secretary criticised for his role in departure of Nick Hardwick following board’s decision to release convicted rapist John Warboys
Prospect union says non-departmental public body should not be subject to Treasury guidance for government departments