Department offers up to £117k for deputy director with “exceptional” skills
Only the Scottish Government has said it will pay civil servants' application costs.
The transport secretary defended the department's decision to award a £13.8m contract to a company that owns no ferries.
"There is now a much greater turnover in government departments. If we don’t have people who learn these corporate lessons, we will make the same mistakes," warns British Academy chief
The COO must have the "drive and vision to lead transformation across a diverse and dispersed group of organisations", the job ad says
"Very detailed plans have been proposed, assessed, analysed to death and finally agreed," the anonymous official wrote.
Transparency data puts latest Cabinet Office and DExEU tally at £10m-plus and rising
Home secretary Sajid Javid says plan for £30,000 earnings thresholds in post-Brexit migration system will be discussed further
Latest tranche of departmental cash takes total government spending on Brexit preparations to over £4bn.
Treasury allocations from £2bn no-deal fund for 2019-20 set to be agreed with departments
With the end of 2018 fast approaching, we asked the UK's top civil servants to look back at the year, outline their goals for 2019 – and tell us who would turn on their town’s Christmas lights. Cabinet secretary Sir Mark Sedwill kicks off our Whitehall roundup
Planning for EU exit means a host of policy areas are being ignored, according to MPs