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5 December 2017

How has Whitehall’s first modern-era apprentice fared since she joined the civil service in 2008 via a jobcentre advert? CSW meets Marzena Bujalska to find out

1 December 2017

Leaving the EU will have wide, and unpredictable, effects on the UK’s devolved administrations. Mark Rowe reports on what the outcome might be

29 November 2017

When facing a policy puzzle, civil servants shouldn’t see trade associations as adversaries. As former trade body chair Sir Mark Boleat explains, they can be a useful resource for the savvy...

28 November 2017

After a shaky start, the Crown Commercial Service is changing the way it works with departments in a bid to improve the government’s buying habits. But chief executive Malcolm Harrison tells...

22 November 2017

The former second perm sec in the Department for Work and Pensions-turned benefits advisor has been both poacher and gamekeeper in Whitehall. He shares the lessons from both sides of the fence,...

20 November 2017

Alina Sellman, head of the Centre for Social Impact Bonds, tells Geoffrey Lyons about the these outcomes-focused contracts and why critics ought to give them a chance

15 November 2017

After calling time on a long civil-service career earlier this year, the former Directgov and GDS leader discusses how digital government has evolved during the 20 years he spent as one of its...

10 November 2017

Civil Service World brought together a panel of digital leaders to assess how government can make better use of the technology at its disposal to drive innovation in public service...

30 October 2017

Tina Seth and Tony Shaw argue that we must invest in our policymakers, and offer lessons emerging from a cross-government forum on policy skills

17 October 2017

Civil Service World brought together a panel of data experts from across the civil service to look at ways of increasing public safety through the better use of data. Mark Rowe reports...