MPs dub Brexit customs planning ‘borderline reckless’

8 December 2017

 Public Accounts Committee criticises departments' “business as usual” assumption for 2019 and berates pace of pan-Whitehall Border Planning Group 

DfE warned regulation of universities ‘raises spectre of mis-selling’

8 December 2017

NAO report calls on the government to ensure regulatory reforms can improve student perceptions of value for money

MoJ pays £45m to retain Atos as department finishes IT disaggregation work

1 December 2017

Department claims that giving French firm a contract extension – without competitive process – is ‘only viable route’ to completing decoupling process

Think tanks call for Whitehall investment in blockchain

29 November 2017

Two reports – from Reform and Lord Holmes – flag up the transformational potential of the distributed ledger technology

SCS pay remit hints at ‘fundamental’ reform – but only confirms funding for 1% increase

7 December 2017

Letter from Cabinet Office minister Damian Green says government will consider a cap-busting increase “in return for improvements to public sector productivity”

Dave Penman: Civil service could win 'worst pay in the public sector' award

7 December 2017

The system for civil service pay has turned into both a farce and a disaster. The government must lift the 1% cap and take action to address the gap with the private sector