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23 October 2019

Civil Service World's October 2019 Estates and Smart Working Supplement looks at how government is changing its properties to embrace more flexible working and to help improve services,...

18 October 2019

Artificial intelligence could help solve the public sector’s most complex problems, but how can policymakers navigate the legal, ethical and technical problems it presents? Sam Trendall talks to...

18 October 2019

Head of the government property profession Janet Young tells Civil Service World how she is helping build expertise around government.

17 October 2019

The Welsh Government's award-winning smart working project in its Merthyr Tydfil office has set a template that is being rolled out across all its civil service buildings. Welsh Government chief...

17 October 2019

Jonathan Owen reports on a round table discussion exploring how government can adopt and exploit the potential of automation and artificial intelligence

16 October 2019

Technological change presents an opportunity for things to be done in a different way. Jonathan Owen reports on a round table where leading civil servants came together to work out how to go about...

15 October 2019

Whitehall property chief Mike Parsons tells Civil Service World about the challenges and opportunities of managing the government’s property portfolio 

14 October 2019

Having high quality data is a prerequisite if policy and decisions are to be truly evidence-based, Jonathan Owen reports on a CS Live round table where leading civil servants came together to...

13 October 2019

HMRC’s programme to move into 13 regional hubs has been at the heart of the department’s transformation of how it works. Richard Johnstone visits the first one to open and finds out what’s...

10 October 2019

From the storm of no-deal Brexit preparation to the headwinds of regulatory reform, Tamara Finkelstein walked into a squall when she took on the top job at Defra. But she tells Beckie Smith she is...