Former Cabinet Office minister reflects on forces that oppose change in an exclusive interview with The Civil Service World Podcast
Next government urged to take ‘targeted’ action on pay as wages fall behind private sector in some regions
Think tank finds that the Brexit-inspired recovery in civil service headcount from historic lows...
Transformation programme looks to appoint supplier to two-year contract worth up to £10m
Think-tank concludes that the estimated cost of creating the Department for Work and Pensions in 2001 exceeded £170m
Organisation seeks to cultivate ‘skills transfer’ across sector
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Party’s election pledge also includes development of new charter of digital rights
Secret Intelligence Service chief details how he interacts with Downing Street and what he looks for in new recruits
Una O’Brien urges public to hold politicians to account for repeated failings in next month’s election
Investigation has revealed some departments have taken steps to upgrade ahead of the looming end of Microsoft support for the operating system – but some are refusing to say. Sam Trendall reports
"No doubt that Brexit has been a profound shock to the UK"
Agency update urges communities to prepare for flooding
Agency urges people to ‘remain vigilant, check their flood risk and plan to stay safe’ amid warnings of more rain to come
Department seeks supplier to help it bring together information