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Non-departmental public body with responsibility for T-levels offers up to £140k a year for next boss
Whitehall’s biggest union urges members to capitalise on government disarray in pending strike ballot
The latest news and views on apprenticeships and skills policy in 2019.
NAO gives warning about programme's financial sustainability as cost of training apprenticeships outstrips predictions
Government will also provide free access to learning apps
Watchdog says department needs to up its game to hit Theresa May's 300,000 new-homes-a-year target
Public Accounts Committee also said the department lacked teeth when it came to dealing with failing academy trusts.
Move aims to help managers and applicants understand range of opportunities
Welsh HQ will house more than 1,700 staff at site between Cardiff and Pontypridd
Whitehall’s biggest union asks members for views on “cost of living” pay demand for 2019
HMRC remains unhappiest major department, according to figures
Public Accounts Committee urges government to up its game for future deals
Penny Mordaunt said the GEO's work would "broaden out" to ensure it supported women "at every stage of their lives".
The government said it would "think creatively about current and future challenges relating to cyber skills" in response to a joint select committee report.
Department for Transport, Ministry of Justice, Cabinet Office and Department for Work and Pensions teams among those honoured at ceremony
Department for Work and Pensions accused of being 'in denial' over negative impacts of new welfare system
PA Consulting offers a four-point plan to delivering organisational transformation
New hiring and promotion framework based on questionable premise says former MoD, DETR and DWP chief
Moving to the education department brought Jonathan Slater back to a policy area he knows and loves. He speaks to Suzannah Brecknell about his key role in helping the frontline function
Perm sec Jonathan Slater has instructed his head statistician to work with DfE's comms and policy teams to ensure its stats “meet the highest standards of trustworthiness, quality and value”
Fraud is estimated to cost the UK government £73.6m per year
Education secretary Damian Hinds has been rapped by the government's statistics watchdog over a string of claims about school funding and performance.
The Institute for Apprenticeships was 'playing catch-up for the mistakes the department made before it was created', MPs said
Teachers’ groups say the DfE's claim the UK is among the world's top spenders on education disguises funding cuts