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Public Accounts Committee calls for greater focus on preventing over- and underpayments
Work and pensions committee report calls for simplified payment structure and better categorisation of participants
Camila Batmanghelidjh tells MPs there has been an "enormous amount of leaking from government offices" over charity's financial management
Business secretary tells MPs that axing Department for Business, Innovation and Skills would be a "step backwards". But he asks: "Do we need 80 locations?"
Justice secretary Michael Gove tells MPs that Just Solutions International – the commercial arm of the National Offender Management Service – will abandon deal to advise Saudi Arabia on running of prisons
National Audit Office to investigate decision to grant £3m to beleaguered charity after warning from then-Cabinet Office perm sec Richard Heaton
Director general for civil service reform to take up post as Home Office’s second permanent secretary, with responsibility for immigration and free movement
New watchdog the Single Source Regulations Office seeks to overhaul MoD deals with single-source contractors
Public and Commercial Services union makes "strong representations" to tax authority about "timescale and process" of 90-day talks, which department says may result in compulsory redundancies
Exclusive: Tax authority says it will aim to "avoid the need for compulsory redundancies" when 90-day process opens next week
Charity has reportedly told the government it will close in spite of latest £3m Cabinet Office grant
Redundancy pay cap unveiled by ministers – but unions warn of impact on workforce management
Study carried out by advisory firm Deloitte suggests public sector still feeling lack of "culture, skills, governance and leadership" on digital
Scathing report on prisons estate from Nick Hardwick blames deterioration on staff shortages, over-crowding and "misguided policies"
What do David Cameron’s changes at the centre tell us about his government? Jill Rutter from the Institute for Government analyses the new team around the PM
Civil service must avoid culture of “delegating up” and take ownership of policy delivery, says civil service chief John Manzoni
Sir David Normington eyes candidates with private sector experience as body overseeing civil service appointments seeks new commissioners
National Audit Office report says Department for Education's Pupil Premium has used "clear formula to achieve a specific purpose", but says some schools being left with less money overall
Future Reserves 2020 moves from "Amber/Red" to "Red" rating in Major Projects Authority's latest assessment, but Ministry of Defence says scheme "on schedule to realise its benefits"
Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin appoints TfL commissioner Sir Peter Hendy as new chair of Network Rail as agency is blamed for delays to rail improvements
Business secretary tells MPs that flagship coalition project will be moved out of the public sector to allow it to borrow more and "grow its business"
Cabinet secretary says Civil Service Awards provide rare opportunity for “boasting” about achievements
Special report: Ministers made bold promises about the impact of mutualisation on civil service pensions. But as Matt Foster reports, administrator MyCSP has left some retired officials tearing their hair out
Permanent secretary Sir Simon Fraser tells CSW the FCO must have “a comparable offer” with other departments