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1 March 2018

CSW's sister title PublicTechnology talks to Sara Huntingdon about the Space for Smarter Government Programme’s work with Whitehall and the wider public sector
 

26 February 2018

Culture champion Arts Council England has fared better than some organisations dependent on public funds in recent years. But its chief executive is conscious of the need for the body to...

21 February 2018

To build an organisation that makes good strategic decisions, leaders should learn from the way emergency services respond to critical incidents

20 February 2018

As he leaves the civil service after 40 years, Sir Robert Devereux, outgoing permanent secretary at the Department for Work and Pensions, reflects on complicated projects, how to lead large...

13 February 2018

As government gears up to celebrate the centenary of voting rights for women, Tamsin Rutter catches up with gender champion Melanie Dawes and women’s network co-founder Keela Shackell-Smith on...

29 January 2018

After three years as chief executive of the UK body for overseas cultural relations, Devane talks to Tamsin Rutter about its relationship with government, funding challenges and how Brexit has...

25 January 2018

The 12 people who promote the Civil Service Code tell us what attracted them to the role, and what they've learnt since joining the Commission

24 January 2018

More and more governments are looking at the potential of universal basic income schemes, says Tom Graham. But there are many factors that need to be considered if any projects are to get off the...

22 January 2018

After two years as Westminster’s chief public-spending watchdog, Meg Hillier tells Tamsin Rutter her frustrations and aspirations on pre-scrutinising projects, taking the fight against tax evasion...

22 January 2018

The UK government has taken a leading role in combatting Daesh’s plan to weaponise the international media. Dan Chugg, former head of the C-Daesh Coalition Comms Cell, explains how this has been...