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Centre of government has 'little oversight' of departmental travel policies, the National Audit Office warns
Select committees are right to hold civil servants to account, former Conservative chief whip tells UCL event
Former head of London Probation Trust appointed interim chief inspector of probation
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) has appointed four new board members, it was announced on Monday 8 December.
Andy Samuel has been appointed as the chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
Cabinet Office digital director Mike Bracken and Open Data Institute chairman Nigel Shadbolt said that there is still more to do if the government, and UK, want to share and access meaningful open data, at the ODI’s 2014 summit on open innovation on 4, November.
UK secret service bodies, MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, will start a recruitment drive for more Russian and Mandarin linguists this month.
The UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) has been “instrumental” in making Britain “one of the best places for green investment anywhere in the world”, prime minister David Cameron said today.
The Cabinet Office has estimated that the total number of civil servants that took part in the national strike over pay freezes (as reported by CSW on Wednesday) was 71,210.
The shortlist of civil servants nominated for the 2014 Civil Service Awards, held in collaboration with the Cabinet Office, was announced today.
Civil servants from UK government departments and agencies as well as the Welsh government have today joined a national walk-out over pay.