KPMG's Chloe Burton offers her thoughts on how the introduction of a Prisoner Performance Manager could help reduce reoffending by incentivising good behaviour through support provisions that go beyond the prison walls.
KPMG looks into the enormous benefits of automated cars and how they will radically change travel
KPMG mapped out a business journey from Essex to Scotland, and considered how things work now and how they might develop over the next five years.
The world is changing – and so must the civil service. Ian Lithgow and Mike Falvey map out a way to give public servants more flexible and varied careers, whilst stimulating local economies and...
How DFID can educate and empower the British public to back its work and investment across global nations.
The government is determined to cut public sector costs, to rebalance the economy, and to drive up exports....
KPMG explores the use of digital platforms to improve life for service users and carers
KPMG’s Head of Government and Infrastructure Kru Desai sits down with Civil Service World to discuss a career in public sector transformation and why she’s looking forward to leading a challenge...
KPMG on food subscriptions for families receiving means-tested benefits
KPMG imagines a new digital service designed to liberate UK small businesses from bureaucracy whilst cutting cost to government