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Shannon Kerrigan of Leidos makes the case for a more integrated approach to delivering "the frictionless border of the future"
FCO chief Sir Simon McDonald says he “inadvertently and wrongly” told MPs the UK had opted out of a procurement scheme
After a decade at the helm of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Sir Bernard Jenkin is moving on. He tells Beckie Smith about the highlights, lessons and bitter battles
“The world quite literally has changed and I think you have to adapt,” Simon Fraser says.
"There is still a lot more Brexit legislation to come – and in substance, at least, it could prove controversial"
First refusals on eligibility grounds announced, but some applications were “under consideration for several months”
Staff told department will extend life of Bradford office by six years and keep Washington base open until 2030
Analysis of public spending figures indicates that much of announced spending increases will be taken up by existing policy plans
Negotiations will not take place in person, but both sides are exploring possible video discussions
“I could not have asked for better, more committed colleagues," Moriarty says in statement
Nearly £100m of spending written off, watchdog finds
Serco Health director Abi Tierney will lead HM Passport Office and UK Visas and Immigration
Breakdown of talks would lead to increased customs checks, policy paper says
Cabinet Office and now-defunct DExEU top list of ministries with the fastest-turning revolving doors
The Conservative Party’s newfound interest in the north of England could be a game-changer for civil servants. Or it might just be a passing fad
David Normington reflects on Patel v Rutnam stand-off amid reports department faces institutional racism allegations in draft Windrush review
Policy proposals unveiled today include no visa route for "low-skilled" workers
David Frost says the UK will not extend the transition period beyond the end of December as “at that point we recover our political and economic independence in full”
The UK’s formal exit from the European Union has seen the government try to move the country’s focus from Brexit. But civil servants will have no such luxury
Emma Howard Boyd calls on new watchdog to engage widely and not focus “just at those seen as doing ‘environment’”
"With determination, you’ve got Brexit done, and you’ve done a brilliant job," PM says
PM rules out accepting EU rules in exchange for post-Brexit trade deal as both sides set out negotiating plans
Government urged to ensure that promises to keep find officials meaningful roles are honoured