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But HMRC and Border Force workers are still among the most stressed parts of the civil service, according to poll data
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Delayed results of sentiment poll paint broad picture of ongoing improvement
The UK government blazed a trail on digital innovation, but others are catching up fast and it would be all too easy to squander the advantage of earlier work
Steven Dick worked as the deputy head of mission in Hungary
MPs and campaigners say department will not be trusted after report said the department had shown decades of "ignorance and thoughtlessness" on race.
The Government Digital Service was created to be a radical agent of reform. Director general Alison Pritchard tells PublicTechnology that, while it now prefers to work more collaboratively, it still has the stomach for a scrap
Business and employee support schemes open for business this week
Downing Street strengthens messaging as Boris Johnson closes shops and tells people to stay at home
Online drive blamed for tens of thousands of potentially bogus requests, says National Audit Office
Cabinet Office and DfE reveal list of occupations where people will still be able to send their children to education settings
If a week is a long time in politics, the 36 months since the Cabinet Office launched its Government Transformation Strategy is a proper age. SA Mathieson unpacks progress to date and casts an eye toward the future
Full details of new range of powers across five key areas
Since its launch in 2017, the ONS Data Science Campus has delivered many innovative projects to support the government’s work in areas ranging from Brexit negotiations to the early stages of the coronavirus response. We talk to managing director Tom Smith to find out more
In July 2018, CSW interviewed the Department for International Development permanent secretary Matthew Rycroft about his career spent in a host of foreign policy roles in government and how he worked across government. Following the announcement that Rycroft will move to the Home Office as permanent secretary from Monday, we have republished the article.
The Rutnam resignation has exposed underlying tensions between ministers and civil servants, says Institute for Government programme director Alex Thomas
Steps to tackle ‘economic emergency’ let out in Downing Street press conference
Better data is transforming official statistics and there is huge potential for it to help resolve large and pressing issues facing society, says the national statistician
Chancellor Rishi Sunak to set out economic measures this afternoon
“I could not have asked for better, more committed colleagues," Moriarty says in statement
Move to be confirmed later today after PM chairs COBRA meeting
Chancellor puts figure on number of officials expected to move, as departments develop relocation plans ahead of Spending Review