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Scientist and entrepreneur Hermann Hauser spoke to CSW about the success of the Catapult Centres
The government is to undertake further consultation on proposed new laws aimed at requiring public sector bodies to accept electronic invoices, after a consultation raised fears over costs
Major infrastructure projects must be in line with long-term strategy
Scotland protected from full shock of drop in oil prices by economic and financial union of UK
Nicholas Macpherson says economic and financial functions should both remain in the Treasury
PAC chair Margaret Hodge takes aim at Cabinet Office following today’s NAO report on government payment pledge
The IPO's patent renewal service has been pinned as an exemplar for the GDS' digital transformation agenda. CSW takes a look at the service's journey from a paper-based process to a champion of digital change
A monthly interview with people who've crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world.
The government plan to invest £15bn in the ‘Road investment strategy’ over the next six years, the transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin (pictured) and chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander announced this morning.
The Home Office has re-appointed Serco to operate, maintain and manage Yarl’s Wood IRC, despite an ongoing investigation with the Serious Fraud Office.
The UK’s system of training and skills provision is growing increasingly out of step with the needs of the modern economy and that change is needed if the UK workforce is to remain competitively skilled, according to new research.
Despite a public commitment to open contracting, the UK government has not signed up to a new open contracting data standard that was launched globally today.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is calling on businesses of all sizes and in all sectors in the UK to invest in workforce training as a key driver for economic success and improved productivity performance.
The appointment of women to the boards of public bodies has reached a record high, according to the commissioner for public appointments, Sir David Normington.
Andy Samuel has been appointed as the chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
Public sector ICT cloud services will account for more than half of worldwide software, server and storage spending growth by 2018, according to new analysis.
A six week government consultation published this week aims to strengthen the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) capacity to better deal with companies breaking the law over nuisance calls and texts.
National Crime Agency considering use of pop-up warnings for websites
A more effective European strategy on network and information security could help provide a boost to growth and employment, says Udo Helmbrecht.
Big data has the potential to completely transform our economy, boosting growth and competitiveness. Pilar del Castillo Vera explains why the EU must act now.
Top flight chief executives have sung the praises of both the management approach and the professionalism of permanent secretaries in a Whitehall and Industry Group (WIG) released yesterday.
Susanne Baker, senior climate & environment policy adviser at EEF, the Manufacturer’s Organisation
Winnie Agbonlahor meets the new Treasury solicitor and head of the legal profession, Jonathan Jones – a man trying to bring all the government’s lawyers into a single force
Former Cabinet Office perm sec Ian Watmore explains why the Olympics worked so well – and how officials avoided pitfalls such as political meddling and hasty deadlines