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Latest civil service & public affairs moves — December 18

18 December 2017

New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People

Government to set out plans to relocate civil servants in the spring

15 December 2017

Cabinet Office single departmental plan also reveals plans for new shared services strategy as part of moves to boost commercial capability

DfT urged to ‘consider action’ against HS2’s former chief executive

15 December 2017

MPs slam department’s weak oversight after company made unauthorised redundancy payouts totalling £1.76m

Network Rail chief tops Whitehall’s 2017 ‘high earners’ list

15 December 2017

Heywood and Manzoni salary bands remain unchanged from last year, but the number of government staff earning £150,000 or more rises 13%

National Crime Agency civil servants ‘need pay rise for national security’

14 December 2017

Staff at agency near the bottom of the civil service pay satisfaction table, but unable to take strike action

Department for Education was ‘too reliant’ on Learndirect, says PAC chair

14 December 2017

Watchdog MP Meg Hillier slams two-year time-lag that has seen millions of pounds spent on services from an "inadequate" provider

Government commits to ethnic minorities making up 14% of public appointments by 2022

14 December 2017

Public appointment commissioner lauds progress on gender diversity but brands record for disabled people “inadequate”

Civil service headcount unchanged in latest employment figures

13 December 2017

ONS figures reveal 300 staff moving from BEIS to DfE following shift in responsibility for further education

Civil servants ‘must account for range of impacts in selling government assets’

13 December 2017

Auditor review of Green Investment Bank privatisation concludes efforts to ensure firm’s liabilities were off the public sector balance sheet could have reduced sale price