Decide how to run your private office and build strong relationships across government – IfG’s tips for incoming ministers
"The private office provides continuity through changes of minister": the paper tells politicians to lean on staff
Budget cuts and policy changes could be among reasons for delays, Migration Observatory says
Transport for London and department need up to £650m more to complete late-running project
Minister reveals that, at most recent count, about 3,500 DDaT freelancers were employed by government
Independent assessment will look at department’s quality management approach after longstanding double-counting issue
Cabinet Office says pre-election guidance applies to all civil servants and NDPB staff
UK Statistics Authority and ICO issue election warning ahead of five-week information onslaught
Dawes reportedly selected to replace Sharon White, who leaves this month
Shadow chancellor announces resurrection of government regional offices and a Treasury unit to oversee new Social Transformation Fund to be based outside the capital
Analysis of policies drawn up as part of policy planning, government confirms
Department ‘disappointed’ after advertising watchdog upholds complaints about benefit reform package
Inquiry will ensure "lessons are learnt to prevent these shocking events happening again"
This year's guidance clarifies rules for civil servants who are not 'politically restricted'