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The centenary of women’s suffrage is a good opportunity to start making sure government is held to account to properly measure the impact of decisions on woman
Prime minister Theresa May can’t afford to shut herself off from good, impartial advice
Whitehall's annual people survey provides a moment of catharsis – but, Jane Dudman wonders, is it asking the wrong questions?
As David Cameron announces his departure from parliament, Jane Dudman calls for Theresa May – no stranger to confronting public officials – to take a different tack with the civil service
The dearth of top female leaders shows that Whitehall must not get complacent on gender equality
There is much to learn from the MyCSP fiasco, which has caused a great deal of distress to people who have worked hard for the civil service
The recent NAO report and Civil Service People Survey both suggest Whitehall could learn some important lessons about leadership and teamwork from the behaviour displayed on reality television
Opinion: A private business of comparable size would give as much data as possible to its leaders, to enable them to assess competing priorities
Officials at the sharp end of cuts could be forgiven for feeling cynical about the future of Whitehall – but public service values will endure
Opinion: Civil servants have risen to George Osborne’s austerity challenge so far – but this summer, they are staring into the abyss
There’s plenty more austerity to come – but do plans for city devolution signal a brighter future?
Jane Dudman reads the runes as the civil service adjusts to a changing of the ministerial guard
Journalist Jane Dudman assesses the state of Whitehall as it prepares for a new government
There's an end-of-term feeling in Whitehall, writes Jane Dudman, as the civil service gears up for the election
As Francis Maude prepares to stand down as an MP, what legacy does he leave behind after five years as Cabinet Office minister?