Eight-hundred staff on the move, hundreds of millions in wage costs and holiday bans – how the...
Cabinet Office welcomes sale of firm in pre-pack administration deal that keeps public services operating
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Report calls for 'complete rethink of the structure, funding and oversight of forensic science'
Taunton building completes three years after initial design work commenced
Unison says 1.3% pay offer from EA had been “unsurprisingly and overwhelmingly” rejected by staff
Whitehall’s biggest union urges members to capitalise on government disarray in pending strike ballot
Jon Thompson warns “that tone of some of the debate around the loan charge, and the spreading of unconfirmed rumours, risks creating additional concern for vulnerable customers”
Single Departmental Plans to reflect on departments' performance against the framework from 2019-20
Tackling modern slavery, cyber security and climate change will help enterprises to secure a Whitehall contract
The Scottish government said the chancellor should use today's spring statement to "provide a proportionate amount of additional finance and flexibility to Scotland "
Revised public value framework will underline Spending Review focus on value for money, Hammond said in his Spring Statement
Consultation seeks views on whether the UK should develop its own infrastructure finance institution after Brexit