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Developer hands over state-of-the-art base for HMRC and Office of the Advocate General
Troubled background-checking agency appoints local authority boss to top job
Sedwill acknowledges setbacks but says 2014 reset he oversaw was "reasonable based on the information available at the time"
Home Office officials also said they knew suppliers were using two different software versions to develop ESN technology, which later caused delays
Lovegrove tells MPs contractors can use Whitehall site for parliament refurb
PAC questions whether apprenticeships on offer are the “best use of the available funding in terms of adding genuine value to the economy”
Panel will consider businesses' claims of financial hardship after legislation reduces "Cash for Ash" payments
Home Office needs a “Plan B“ in case vital tech components aren't ready in time, says public spending watchdog
Report urges better communication of the scheme after finding some EU nationals confused about whether they need to apply
MPs say Cabinet Office, Treasury and Major Projects Review Group have questions to answer over bungled payment-by-results reforms
Leaked document warns "government does not have the strongest track record on delivery of large tech projects"
Worst-case scenario timescale emerges after MPs voice doubts about official 2020 target
Brexit negotiations were also undermined by politicians' distrust of civil servants, think tank says
May praises "professional and dedicated" civil service as she confirms no-deal planning will go ahead
MPs call on department to set out consequences faced by officials for £17.6bn rail project’s late running
Cabinet secretary admits he was "always uneasy" about the Home Office's overly ambitious ESN programme but insists it's not a failure
Department for Transport insists “HS2 is happening" as release of funds delayed
"We are proud of what you do," civil service chiefs say amid "unprecendented" challenges for officials
Confidential document warns no-deal "structure will quickly fall if too many decisions are unnecessarily escalated to the top levels"
Committee says department’s refusal to engage on key site for Richmond House redevelopment could also add £350m to project cost
Announcement comes as UC director say "roughly half" of Universal Credit claimants may have been transferred without transitional protection
PCS says department is only willing to temporarily ‘share the pain’ of welfare reform workload rather than provide permanent additional resources for over-stretched staff
Department ramps up number of locations offering support with applications to about 150 – although Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland are comparatively poorly served
Formal reform plan published as Serco chief says outsourcer has recovered from “dark night of the soul”