Alison Pritchard also sets out vision for closer working with HM Treasury on next Spending Round...
Government chief commercial officer says guidance will help officials "work towards eliminating modern slavery" in supply chains
Department says data does not prove Universal Credit is to blame for rise in food bank usage, despite previously acknowledging possible link
Review comes as Home Office prepares to appeal court judgement that found scheme causes discrimination
Department to inform citizens that they may need to renew their passports earlier than expected if UK leaves EU without a deal
Committee says design of visa system "left it open to large-scale abuse"
Finance ministry must do more to hold departments to account on public spending value, says think tank
Civil servants offered extra leave to volunteer as special constables in drive to sign up officials
Probe comes after trade secretary apologises "unreservedly for the error" in granting two licences
£225 cuts to some payments comes as graduates take on demanding, EU exit-critical roles, FDA says
All "non-compliant" vehicles without correct paperwork to be turned away at some ports, leak reveals
Department recruiting for three senior managers in new-look data directorate
IfG highlights outsourcing failures, but concludes blanket reversal would lose benefits of approach