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In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Committee on Climate Change chief executive Chris Stark sets out what the government needs to do to in 2020 to reduce the risks of climate impacts
In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Richard Harries considers if the government’s reforms will overcome the barriers to change in Whitehall
Around one third of UK citizens said they had looked at EU exit info, a figure "broadly unchanged” during the campaign, say auditors
Nigel Topping will coordinate regional and business input ahead of COP26 talks in Glasgow
Confirmation of departure comes ahead of likely post-Brexit Whitehall shakeup
Think tank says policy makers need to better understand differential effects across the country amid warning that impact on worst off is being 'ignored'
Ten senior officials with Brexit responsibility moved jobs in 2018/19 despite year being a high water mark of EU exit prep, think tank finds
New award will recognise bodies that have adopted Office for Statistics Regulation’s trustworthiness, quality and value pledges outside official stats
In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Dan Corry discusses how prime minister Boris Johnson can use his majority to boost the effectiveness of charities
Chancellor pledges to 'unleash Britain’s potential' with statement expected to set out spending plan after UK’s exit from the EU
Plans for a standalone borders and immigration department also put on back burner, according to reports.
Brexit department remains an awkward fit in Whitehall, IfG says
Prime ministers often want to leave their mark on Whitehall, but there are good reasons to rage against machinery of government changes
'The private office provides continuity through changes of minister': the paper tells politicians to lean on staff
Last week’s leak gives some insights on trade talks, but the government needs to be more open to get the best results
Unions say that Department for Education's missed targets for maths, modern foreign languages and physics teachers is ‘alarming’
At a time when people are more aware of how they can help their local community, Colin Talbot asks if government benefit and taxes could be more effectively delivered with greater local control
Social impact charity NPC says Whitehall procurement reforms needed to improve effectiveness of public spending
On this week's episode of The Civil Service World Podcast, Jess and Suzannah speak to social worker Ryan Wise and Katie Rose from the Centre for Public Impact about a new blueprint for social work.
As Mark Rowe explains, delivering on ministerial commitments will be a multi-generation task that requires a cross-government approach
Think-tank concludes that the estimated cost of creating the Department for Work and Pensions in 2001 exceeded £170m
The Department for International Trade has just helped host an international sporting event more than 6,000 miles away. Richard Johnstone finds out how they did it, and why this could the first of many such projects for government
Martin Swain found a new home at Companies House almost a year ago. He tells Colin Marrs about the organisation’s intersection with the business and public sector worlds
Civil Service World's October 2019 Estates and Smart Working Supplement looks at how government is changing its properties to embrace more flexible working and to help improve services, featuring HMRC, Defra and the Welsh Government. Read all the articles here