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Labour MP takes PAC as parliament chooses committee chairs
Study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies raises concern over private sector's ability to absorb public sector job losses
Conservative backbenchers put pressure on Downing Street to ensure machinery of government remains neutral in run-up to the European referendum
Former non-exec Dame Sue Street says justice secretary's move "not in the spirit of good governance"
GDS confirms Digital Services framework will be overhauled after user feedback
As the debate about the benefits – or not – of HS2 rages on, Colin Marrs asks if there’s enough firm evidence to make an informed judgement on this controversial major project
It’s two years since the launch of the Major Projects Leadership Academy, a training school designed to improve the leadership of big public sector schemes. With 100 graduates now under its belt, is the programme achieving its aims? Colin Marrs reports
Four years on, has the Aerospace Growth Partnership given the aviation industry an uplift? Colin Marrs investigates
Government Digital Service to work with local government in major extension of its remit
Success of Government as a Platform to be built on in next parliament
What happened when the Food Standards Agency’s Food Safety Week message caught the public’s imagination?
Colin Marrs talks to Peter Wilding, who moved from head of energy policy at HM Treasury to Treasury secondee in Cheshire West & Chester
The government has reversed a decision to remove agile development services from the Digital Marketplace after criticisms of their new home on the Digital Services framework (DS).
A monthly interview with people who’ve crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world. Michael Anderson moved from the Cabinet Office to the philanthropic organisation the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
What happened when the National Offender Management Service tried something new...
A year on from the damning report on its procurement contracts, the Ministry of Justice is getting its house in order, its director of commercial and contract management, Vincent Godfrey, tells Colin Marrs
The government is to undertake further consultation on proposed new laws aimed at requiring public sector bodies to accept electronic invoices, after a consultation raised fears over costs
DCLG’s Troubled Families Unit won the Policy Award
The security profession has a low profile. But that’s not for security reasons: its head Jonathan Lloyd White tells Colin Marrs that the new profession is just taking shape
A monthly interview with people who've crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world. Mark Langdale moved from the Home Office to consulting firm Syntegra in 2004
Michael Izza, chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), gives an outside perspective of the civil service
“I pushed through the tuition fees reforms”
A recent CSW round table examined the potential of Big Data to improve outcomes and cut costs in our healthcare system. Colin Marrs reports. Photos by Paul Heartfield
The IPO's patent renewal service has been pinned as an exemplar for the GDS' digital transformation agenda. CSW takes a look at the service's journey from a paper-based process to a champion of digital change
The DWP now assesses 95% of new child maintenance cases accurately, the NAO has found
A monthly interview with people who've crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world.
“I blew the whistle on the CQC’s failings”
The government’s new Digital Marketplace platform is meeting its aim of improving ability to search products, according to initial data.
UK standards body BSI has published a guide to help standardise data and systems to help local government guide the creation of “smart cities”.
G-Cloud suppliers and services could be updated every three months, the government revealed yesterday in tender documents for the sixth iteration of the framework.
Public sector ICT cloud services will account for more than half of worldwide software, server and storage spending growth by 2018, according to new analysis.
The Crown Prosecution Service saw its staff survey scores on learning and development rise 11 percentage points in a year, thanks to chief exec Peter Lewis
The government has announced that the G-Cloud 6 tender will be published next week.
The government has delayed publication of the tender for the next iteration of the G-Cloud framework until next month.