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Employees sued after being told to sit assessment later found to be discriminatory if they wanted a promotion
NAO gives warning about programme's financial sustainability as cost of training apprenticeships outstrips predictions
Institute for Government urges cabinet secretary Mark Sedwill consider creating separate immigration department
“No mitigation available for the severe consequences of a no-deal outcome,” says David Sterling
Right to rent checks have “little to no effect” on controlling immigration, says judge in High Court case
Committees endorse government's choice to lead environmental protection agency but tell Defra to "learn lessons" from recruitment round
As Civil Service World celebrates its 15th anniversary, Beckie Smith has trawled the archives for some of our most memorable moments. Here’s some of our lighter (battered) moments
While looking back through our archives sometimes shows how much things have changed, at other times it shows how much they’ve stayed the same. Barely an issue of this publication has gone to press without some mention of a pay dispute or procurement woes. Other thorns in the side of the civil service have simply grown bigger and more painful.
As Civil Service World celebrates its 15th anniversary, Beckie Smith has trawled the archives for some of our most memorable moments.
As Civil Service World celebrates its 15th anniversary, Beckie Smith has trawled the archives for some of our most memorable moments. All this week we’ll be sharing the best bits from articles and interviews, as well as some of the jargon that has stood the test of time.
As Civil Service World celebrates its 15th anniversary, Beckie Smith has trawled the archives for some of our most memorable moments. All this week we’ll be sharing the best bits from articles and interviews, as well as some of the jargon that has stood the test of time. First up: some of our interviewees before they were (more) famous
But department gives no details on security of funding following “successful pilot period”
Committee chair Rachel Reeves said BEIS had been “too passive” in ensuring suppliers address problems with the rollout
The Transport Select Committee had called for clearer oversight of rail timetabling changes
Justin Russell previously oversaw the MoJ's prisons, offender and youth justice policy
Announcement comes as damning report finds probation service at one of collapsed company's subsidiaries "inadequate"
Information commissioner also said departments had done the "minimum" work needed to comply with GDPR, but there was "much more to be done"
The revelation comes as a CSW investigation shows the Department for Transport paid out £8,000 in payments connected to NDAs last year
Brexit will remain a key focus as the NAO rebalances its resources to cope with its mounting workload
DfT only received three bids for no-deal ferry contracts, NAO review finds
Select committee report has also questioned the chancellor's assertion that "austerity is coming to an end"
Davies, who set up the National Institute for Health Research and has driven efforts to tackle antimicrobial resistance, will step down in September
Update also reveals that only one application for financial assistance under the Windrush hardship scheme has been approved
HMPPS is "emerging from several challenging years", says MoJ permanent secretary Richard Heaton
The report also called for and end to indefinite detention, which "causes distress and anxiety and can trigger mental illness"
Shadow foreign secretary says the FCO is suffering a “crisis of morale"
"One of the main criticisms levelled at the parole system was a lack of transparency," justice secretary David Gauke said as he set out refomrs following John Worboys case
The Cabinet Office alone awarded contracts worth a total of £56m, the figures show
The Transport Select Committee was told there was “no lawful basis” to use emergency powers to award contracts worth millions without an open tender.
"Public health risks posed by EU imports will not change immediately upon leaving the EU," the government said.
Change is needed to ensure the public are not "left in the dark about the operation of public services," the report said.
The inspection found violence had risen “alarmingly” in the last two years, largely fuelled by drugs
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, civil servants have been working to get the country ready for its departure from the bloc. Beckie Smith examines how Brexit has changed government so far
Department says the 10,000-claimant pilot will be sufficient to test the managed migration process
Public Accounts Committee also said the department lacked teeth when it came to dealing with failing academy trusts.
Applicants must be able to work in a "politically charged environment", the job advert says.