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Single Departmental Plans to reflect on departments' performance against the framework from 2019-20
Tackling modern slavery, cyber security and climate change will help enterprises to secure a Whitehall contract
Consultation seeks views on whether the UK should develop its own infrastructure finance institution after Brexit
Ex-government lawyer says government would have to have cleared “a very high bar in court” to defend no-deal Brexit ferry procurement
Nick Hewer hosted show “an excellent way to engage with current and potential exporters”, insists department
Formal reform plan published as Serco chief says outsourcer has recovered from “dark night of the soul”
Announcement comes as damning report finds probation service at one of collapsed company's subsidiaries "inadequate"
Watchdog is set to become latest government body to make east London move after funding advance
Outsourcing firm’s chief executive writes to Public Accounts Committee to outline measures taken to improve performance
Awards will recognise best practice in corporate leadership, workspaces, technology, culture and people, and smarter working together
DfT only received three bids for no-deal ferry contracts, NAO review finds
FoI requests before the deal was scrapped reveal external advisers to controversial contract
CCS scheme aims to take advantage of construction pipeline to match suppliers to projects
Deal reached to reduce company’s debt burden following talks with lenders and the Cabinet Office
Details of planned support package published by business secretary Greg Clark after firm reverses pledge to manufacture new model at Sunderland plant
The Cabinet Office alone awarded contracts worth a total of £56m, the figures show
The Transport Select Committee was told there was “no lawful basis” to use emergency powers to award contracts worth millions without an open tender.
Government accepts request by MPs as part of a number of recommendations to improve customer service
Change is needed to ensure the public are not "left in the dark about the operation of public services," the report said.
Cabinet Office minister unpacks vision for driving government use of emerging technologies
Cleaners, receptionists and security guards are demanding £11-an-hour London living wage
MoD permanent secretary admits the contract has not been "anywhere near as successful as we’d like".
Twelve months on from the collapse of one of the government’s biggest contractors, Richard Johnstone looks at how the Cabinet Office has responded and reformed its approach to outsourcing
Major government contractor G4S fails to win any bids in the latest contracts round.