It is time for government to acknowledge why the desired outcomes for public services are not being delivered. But this will require challenging Whitehall’s survivors
Digital director John Sheridan tells Civil Service World's sister publication PublicTechnology about changes not only to how the UK’s official archive operates, but to the very nature of archiving
Hollywood has lessons for the long-running compensation scheme saga, but there's no guaranteed happy ending
National Cyber Security Centre marks first 12 months in existence by publishing report into threat landscape
Recent years has seen a rise in the number of academic blogs that analyse government plans. How can they help make better policy?
Civil servants have access to an unprecedented amount of data, but how can they better use it to improve citizen outcomes? Geoffrey Lyons reports on a recent round table discussion
Amid tensions between UK parliaments over EU Withdrawal Bill, incoming DExEU perm sec insists devolution is ‘meat and drink’ to civil servants
Chair of department’s women’s network calls on male staff across the civil service to act as allies to feminist cause
Shadow health secretary said Cabinet Office and Treasury would work together to review contracts
The One Team Government movement has big ambitions to reform how Whitehall works by getting different professions and departments to work better together. PublicTechnology meets its co-founder Kit Collingwood-Richardson to find out more
In her first interview as permanent secretary of the Department for International Trade, Antonia Romeo tells Richard Johnstone about the progress already made, and the Brexit challenges to come, for this brand new ministry.
Leader of the house claims government policy on the pay cap has already been “thoroughly covered” after Labour tables opposition-day motion