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29 May 2018

Construction of the new submarines to maintain the UK’s nuclear deterrent is the latest major government scheme to be undertaken by a dedicated project delivery company. Richard Johnstone looks at...

21 May 2018

After a career managing major projects and transforming the way we maintain our roads, Graham Dalton is making his mark at the DIO. He speaks to Jim Dunton about smarter partnerships, runway...

11 May 2018

The National Health Service is sitting on a goldmine of patient information, but identifying how best to tap its rich seams is very much a work in progress. SA Mathieson reports. Photography by...

11 May 2018

An innovative scheme has brought Army officers and MoD civil servants together to improve training and development opportunities. Ahead of his appointment as the UK’s top military officer, General...

10 May 2018

Following the Windrush scandal that felled home secretary Amber Rudd, former perm sec Sir David Normington and UKBA chief Rob Whiteman tell Tamsin Rutter what it’s like to lead the Home Office

8 May 2018

At the first Civil Service World leadership lecture, Defra permanent secretary Clare Moriarty shared the four principles that inform her leadership style. Suzannah Brecknell reports

26 April 2018

Shaun McNally is responsible for delivery in an area that has seen some of government’s most controversial reforms. The Legal Aid Agency’s chief executive tells Tamsin Rutter about reform and...

24 April 2018

As seven years of public sector pay restraint come slowly – and unevenly – to an end, Suzannah Brecknell meets the Office for Manpower Economics, the team helping pay review bodies and departments...

20 April 2018

Taking up the post as permanent secretary of the Welsh Government was a homecoming for Dame Shan Morgan after a career that has taken her around the world. She talks to Richard Johnstone about...

19 April 2018

As the Equality and Human Rights Commission marks its tenth anniversary, it is running a series of events to ask: how fair is Britain? Six months on from Theresa May’s Race Disparity Audit, Daniel...