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FDA and Prospect unions criticise minister's call for pay recommendations to be "affordable"
Letter to Senior Salaries Review Body also confirms impact of tax on pension contributions by top officials is under review
NI pay offer "totally unacceptable" in continuing absence of a functioning executive, NIPSA says
Announcement comes after Harra vows to overhaul pay at the tax authority
Administrator sheds light on the scale of overpayments to pensioners first revealed by CSW this summer
MPs applaud departmental drive to secure longer-term funding to tackle poor maintenance
Union says move is “height of hypocrisy” for ministers who legislated to make industrial action more difficult
Interim perm sec Jim Harra tells MPs he believes the agency’s debt recovery approach is “reasonable”.
Union says there is a need for increased funding across government to resolve "systemic" pay problems
NAO finds £32.7m of public spending so far, but BEIS says full calculation of costs to back shale gas extraction would not yet be "meaningful"
Think tank concludes that Conservative spending plans are closer to Labour’s 2017 election pledges than their own proposals
Highways England, Network Rail and HS2 will be expected to justify performance-related-pay awards to ministers
Harra takes over from Sir Jon Thompson, who has moved to the Financial Reporting Council
Stats watchdog says department has failed to answer questions about how the pledge will be funded
Chancellor will say work to improve UK infrastructure ‘must start here and now’
New boss sought for Treasury body that manages investments from Royal Bank of Scotland to Channel 4
Alison Pritchard also sets out vision for closer working with HM Treasury on next Spending Round
Government chief commercial officer says guidance will help officials "work towards eliminating modern slavery" in supply chains
Treasury is “too focused on ‘managing the numbers’" and not on impact of spending, IfG says
PAC finds contracts are being published late, heavily redacted or not at all
Appointment follows Johnson pledge for "thorough review" of the charge
Civil service chief says that assurance panel reflects the speed of the campaign launch
Offer by department intended to end dispute, but PCS seeks more information from ministers
Union bosses say Peter Schofield needs to understand staff anger after department opted not to seek extra pay flexibility from Treasury