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'Mismatches in volumes and available staffing will impair our ability to clear work,' Neil Couling told MPs
Ensuring staff are equipped to deak with huge workload is also an 'anxiety', says Clare Moriarty
Some projects were not given intended outcomes by which to measure success, making it impossible to determine what they have achieved, the watchdog said
Permanent secretary Jon Thompson shares the figures as senior officials tell committee they can’t guarantee no-deal would go smoothly
The union said it is gearing up to take legal action against every major department that ended check-off provisions
The science chief will advise on areas such as artificial intelligence, cyber security, space technology and chemical, biological and missile defence
Sedwill said anonymous sniping was 'unacceptable' the week after HMRC chief Jon Thompson received death threats
Diversity and inclusion must be "an integral part of every part of the defence operating model", according to the strategy
Some policies have gone ahead “apparently unchallenged, despite falling short of the standards set by the Treasury”, the report said
The department's slow response to a price hike last year was "doubly worrying in the context of uncertainty over supply chains after Brexit", committee chair Meg Hillier said
The Work and Pensions Select Committee's inquiry comes after the government admitted Universal Credit would make some people “worse off”
MPs slam “serious administrative failings” in communicating nominations for public appointments
“If I were the Treasury I might be asking questions about how this was managed," committee chair Meg Hillier said.
To mark World Mental Health Day, CSW asked two of the civil service's mental health first aiders to reflect on what they've learned so far
Rising demand for services “will make it even harder to achieve the government’s ambition”, the watchdog said
Lord Evans was told he could be seen as 'one of the ultimate members of the establishment'
Carole Mundell is the first departmental science adviser to be appointed since Patrick Vallance became government chief scientific adviser in April
Perm sec Jonathan Slater has instructed his head statistician to work with DfE's comms and policy teams to ensure its stats “meet the highest standards of trustworthiness, quality and value”
Fraud is estimated to cost the UK government £73.6m per year
"When we first launched, we had no senior champions and no official support from the department... we compiled data, built an evidence base, and did everything we needed to do to prove our worth and why we were needed"
Haldane's appointment "will give the council authority and independence", business secretary Greg Clark said
The Institute for Apprenticeships was 'playing catch-up for the mistakes the department made before it was created', MPs said
Teachers’ groups say the DfE's claim the UK is among the world's top spenders on education disguises funding cuts
“We have always said the timeline for implementing the Customs Declaration Service is tight," a spokesperson said
“We do not share your optimism" that HMRC will be ready for a no-deal Brexit, PAC chair Meg Hillier told perm sec Jon Thompson
May cautioned there would be 'no return to the uncontrolled borrowing of the past'
Whittington will start as director general, energy and security at BEIS on Friday
Raab rejected "lurid predictions" about the negative consequences of leaving the EU without a deal
“We may need to do more to ensure that the levy supports the development of the skilled workforce our economy needs,” chancellor Philip Hammond said
The Department for Education comfortably exceeded the target, but the Ministry of Justice among those below target
Report also found increasing concern that public bodies are not well aligned with the work of their sponsoring department
"When I was at college, I never knew the civil service was for everyone to join, it thought it was a unique ‘club’. We need to make sure all new talent realises it is a career option for anyone."
"There are plenty of positive professional role models in the technology industry, but getting access to them is not easy"
The review was "completely silent" on how the civil service deals with complaints against minister, Amy Leversidge said.
Hodge's constitutent Sarah O'Connor, who died this week, was "treated appallingly by the Home Office", she wrote
Mayank Prakash, who was named CIO of the year in 2016, set to return to the private sector