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Committee raises alarm over loss of European Investment Bank funding stream
The Cabinet Office alone awarded contracts worth a total of £56m, the figures show
The government claims it is ‘working constructively with Apple’
Department says the 10,000-claimant pilot will be sufficient to test the managed migration process
As the deadline for ditching the 22-year-old platform draws near, some major government departments are still using GSi email addresses – but all contend that they are on track for the March cut-off
IfG session also hears from Lord Robin Butler that internal competition has made managers “impotent” in planning their workforce.
Fiona Spencer joins agency from the Home Office, where she was chief portfolio officer.
IfG finds staff move on more rapidly in the UK than in other civil services and puts cost of churn at £74m a year
MoD permanent secretary admits the contract has not been "anywhere near as successful as we’d like".
Major government contractor G4S fails to win any bids in the latest contracts round.
Committee chair Rachel Reeves urged the regulator Ofgem to take harsher action against suppliers that don't fulfil their obligations under the programme.
New infrastructure profession leader earn around £190,000, job advert says.
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has reportedly axed a vote on the reform to ensure it is "working in the interests of every claimant".
John Manzoni and Sir Mark Sedwill share "inconvenient" warnings about "disorderly" no-deal Brexit.
Matthew Vickerstaff named as interim successor to government project chief ahead of a full recruitment drive in 2019
Whitehall projects chief to chair body constructing cross-London line as it is revealed project faces further delays to opening and requires £1.4bn in extra funds
The committee also warned that uncertainty about future border arrangements "will make it extremely challenging for the Home Office" to prepare for the future
Union voices anger that Disclosure and Barring Service project will not be brought back in-house
The department has on multiple occasions been forced to deny that it might abandon the project as progress has stalled
The government also rejected the committee's call for MPs to vote on controversial appointments
The PAC also warned of a “significant and growing risk” that DfT would not be adequately prepared for a no-deal Brexit.
A telephone helpline set up by the Home Office to deal with cases has so far received 25 calls about inappropriate demands for DNA evidence.
A plan to tackle organised crime, an investment strategy and gender pay gap reporting rules were all awaiting sign-off.
MPs warn that rushing the managed migration process and getting it wrong could accelerate destitution