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Lord Kerslake, former head of the civil service, says it is "highly doubtful" government can secure like-for-like replacement of housing association properties sold off under new scheme
No headcount changes under chancellor's plan to merge Shareholder Executive (ShEx) and UK Financial Investments (UKFI) into one body overseeing privatisations
Chancellor tells CBI he's asked departments to find further cuts in current financial year, and announces merger of the two bodies overseeing state assets
PWC partner Charles Lloyd shares his experience of life in Whitehall – and the different style of governments in the Middle East – in a regular Q&A with people who’ve crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world
New business secretary promises expansion of anti-regulation scheme in new enterprise bill
As the country goes to the polls, here's CSW's full guide to what the 2015 election will mean for the civil service
Thirty three companies take the lion’s share of central government procurement spending, between them receiving roughly £10bn of Whitehall money each year. But who are they? Do they truly understand the public sector? And do civil servants trust them? Rebecca Sims-Robinson crunches the numbers.
Labour to set out election manifesto as shadow chancellor Ed Balls vows 'no compromise' with SNP over deficit
Kate Collyer appointed to the new role of deputy chief economic adviser at the Competition and Markets Authority
Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude says £11bn of £20bn annual Whitehall efficiency drive identified, but Labour warns of little room for more 'back office efficiencies'
Courtesy of our colleagues at Dods Monitoring, here's a sector-by-sector summary of the main measures in Chancellor George Osborne's Budget.
George Osborne has delivered the final Budget of the Parliament at 12.30. Follow all the reaction here with live coverage from our colleagues at PoliticsHome.
NAO chief Amyas Morse warns officials may not be thinking through implications of spending reductions
Advance sight of a Cabinet Office review into the civil service's LGBT record, another SNP-Whitehall fracas, and feverish Budget speculation make our regular round-up of Whitehall in the headlines
Public Administration Select Committee urges greater role for Cabinet Office in planning for the future and ending departmental duplication
George Osborne wants to sell the Government's stake in RBS "as quickly as we can" after the general election.
Former NAO director Mark Babington joins Financial Reporting Council
New HMT and Cabinet Office plan to highlight UK taxpayer funding sparks SNP attack
According to a spokesperson, David Cameron will not pursue an inquiry into HMRC’s handling of HSBC tax files
Nicholas Macpherson says economic and financial functions should both remain in the Treasury
Chancellor George Osborne has re-appointed two external members of the Bank of England’s finance committee
Michael Izza, chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), gives an outside perspective of the civil service
Stephen Ibbotson, director of business at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), offers his peers in the finance profession a view from outside government