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6 April 2020

Anne Longfield has spent four decades helping disadvantaged young people in one way or another. As she prepares to step down as children’s commissioner for England, she tells Colin Marrs about...

6 April 2020

Lord Armstrong, cabinet secretary from 1979 to 1987, died on 3 April. His successor Lord Butler pays tribute to a dedicated public servant who served two chancellors and three...

27 March 2020

In February 2019, Matt Hancock announced plans for a new innovation agency in the NHS. A year on, its chief executive, Matthew Gould, talks to Beckie Smith about health data, listening to patients...

25 March 2020

The Government Digital Service was created to be a radical agent of reform. Director general Alison Pritchard tells PublicTechnology that, while it now prefers to work more collaboratively, it...

20 March 2020

If a week is a long time in politics, the 36 months since the Cabinet Office launched its Government Transformation Strategy is a proper age. SA Mathieson unpacks progress to date and casts an eye...

18 March 2020

Since its launch in 2017, the ONS Data Science Campus has delivered many innovative projects to support the government’s work in areas ranging from Brexit negotiations to the early stages of the...

4 March 2020

To mark this year’s annual Security & Policing conference, CSW interviews experts including the National Crime Agency’s Lynne Owens and the Joint Security and Resilience Centre’s Angela Essel...

4 March 2020

The inaugural CSW Innovation Lecture considered the importance of cross-sector working to realise the potential of new technologies. Charlotte Newbury reports

3 March 2020

The UK’s security exports are booming, and DIT’s Defence and Security Organisation is helping businesses present a united front when competing for international trade. Deputy director Tracy...