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With only a week until award nominations close, we hear from the programme manager of the 2016 Collaboration Award winners about what the team have achieved in the three years since
With nominations still open for the 2019 Civil Service Awards, we speak to the winners of the 2018 Operational Excellence Award about how Notify has tripled its users in the past year, and how it first came into being
Pettigrew received the Inspirational Leadership award in 2018 for her work in the FCO’s Central Correspondence Unit. With nominations for the 2019 awards still open, she speaks to CSW about the challenges the team had to overcome, and what it takes to be a great leader
Civil Service Awards champion Elizabeth Gardiner on what she’s looking for in a ‘Developing People award’ winner, and why we should all be nominating our colleagues
The Race Disparity Audit won the Chris Martin Policy Award in 2018. Marcus Bell, director of the RDU, speaks to CSW about the work of the unit, and what lies in the future
Civil Service Awards champion Antonia Romeo on what she's looking for in the winner of the new 'Rising Star' category, and why she's encouraging people to get involved
Civil Service Awards champion Sir Richard Heaton on the new categories for this year’s awards and why people should get involved
Soldier On, a highly successful play produced by the Soldier’s Arts Academy and backed by EY, enjoyed an extended run in London’s West End. It depicted the struggle faced by veterans trying to cope with their physical and mental wounds – and changed the lives of those who took part. CSW talks to Helen Sunderland from EY about the work of the academy
When the world around them is getting increasingly uncertain, what tactics and behaviours can leaders adopt to support their teams and achieve their objectives? Professor Zahir Irani looks at what civil service leaders can learn from the private sector about leading in volatile times
CSW speaks to the team of eight civil servants worked together to create an A-Z of health and wellbeing to find out what it takes to win an Civil Service Award
EY's Director Duncan Campbell explains what automation in the workplace might mean for public services
EY reflects on the importance of courage in the wake of their International Women's Day speed-mentoring event
The government’s apprenticeship reforms have prompted many sectors to rethink how they recruit and retain talent across all levels of their business. As the Civil Service Awards skills category seeks to reward those who have shown collaborative approaches to skills development, Alison Walker looks at how the airline industry has worked together to deliver real change and positive outcomes for their industry
Bernadette Kelly is permanent secretary of the Department for Transport and the category champion for the Civil Service Project Delivery Award. She sat down with EY’s Sayeh Ghanbari to discuss what makes excellent project management, and the future of mobility
EY’s new report shows how a different approach can unlock the potential for early intervention and transform the way public services address the needs of the most vulnerable people
The Executive Director of Community Interventions at HM Prison and Probation Service talks to EY's Radhika Chadwick about the challenges facing the MOJ and its approach to Big Data and technology
Gerry Reardon picked up the customer service prize at the 2018 Civil Service Awards for his work handling complaints in the government’s landmark welfare reform. He tells Emma Sheppard why he was surprised to win
EY's Tracey Harrison reflects on the lessons learned from the MOJ's Social Mobility Roadshow
The team behind a project to offer ex-offenders a new start with a job in the civil service scooped this year's CS Innovation Award. Kathie Bates, head of Civil Service Local, reflects on team's vision to give disadvantaged people an opportunity to change their lives.
When it comes to championing diversity, the Government Digital Service is leading the way, beating industry averages and introducing innovations that have been adopted across government. In the first of a series of conversations between civil service leaders and experts from Civil Service Awards sponsors EY, GDS chief Kevin Cunnington shares his insights and motivations with Radhika Chadwick, Partner in Strategy at EY
DfID’s Fergus McBean won the Use of Evidence Award at this year’s Civil Service Awards through an innovative approach to inform cholera prevention in war-torn Yemen. He tells Naomi Larsson how the department did it
When it comes to cyber security, the role of government is to set an example.
See the full run-down of winners from the 14th annual awards
By supporting a new record label run by and for prisoners, EY is involved in an innovative approach to reducing violence in prisons and driving down reoffending rates. InHouse Records was set up last year and has already achieved some remarkable results. CSW talks to Alex Deeming from EY about the scheme.