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PWC partner Charles Lloyd shares his experience of life in Whitehall – and the different style of governments in the Middle East – in a regular Q&A with people who’ve crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world
New business secretary promises expansion of anti-regulation scheme in new enterprise bill
John Whittingdale to lead culture department, Amber Rudd gets energy and Sajid Javid moves to BIS, as post-election reshuffle continues
Tackling the cultural and organisational changes needed to optimise and improve digital customer experience across the public sector
Before Margaret Hodge returned to being simply the Labour candidate for Barking, she spoke to Matt Foster about HMRC, claims of grandstanding and her high-profile time as chair of the Public Accounts Committee. Photos by Paul Heartfield
Labour to set out election manifesto as shadow chancellor Ed Balls vows 'no compromise' with SNP over deficit
Kate Collyer appointed to the new role of deputy chief economic adviser at the Competition and Markets Authority
The National Audit Office finds no evidence that Capita inflated management fees or deliberately delayed payments to suppliers in Civil Service Learning contract, but watchdog does not pass judgement on overall value for money of the scheme. CSW looks at the report's key findings
Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude says £11bn of £20bn annual Whitehall efficiency drive identified, but Labour warns of little room for more 'back office efficiencies'
Amid the furore around HSBC's Swiss operations, FDA general secretary Dave Penman says we should remember that HMRC has had to prioritise in the face of budget cuts
Courtesy of our colleagues at Dods Monitoring, here's a sector-by-sector summary of the main measures in Chancellor George Osborne's Budget.
Vince Cable confirms Ruth McKernan to step into Iain Gray's shoes at business innovation body
Business minister Matt Hancock appoints Graham Farrant as new chief executive of the Land Registry
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude hails £26m-a-year facility-time savings, but Labour's Lucy Powell goes on the attack
Policy-makers can learn from those who deliver on the front line, says the Better Regulation Delivery Office's chief executive Graham Russell
PAC chair piles pressure on Rona Fairhead over HSBC tax affairs, but HMRC's Ed Trouper to appear at later date
Sale of 40% stake in continental rail link set to beat projection and raise more than £750m
Information Technology is a contentious topic in healthcare circles. But that didn’t stop CSW exploring its potential at a recent round table, as Tim Gibson reports
Former NAO director Mark Babington joins Financial Reporting Council
Government should focus on working with mutuals and cooperatives rather than outsourcing to private firms, says Jon Cruddas
What happened when the National Offender Management Service tried something new...
Organisations have forgotten the value of authenticity – so let’s make 2015 the year to get real
A year on from the damning report on its procurement contracts, the Ministry of Justice is getting its house in order, its director of commercial and contract management, Vincent Godfrey, tells Colin Marrs