Twelve months on from the collapse of one of the government’s biggest contractors, Richard Johnstone looks at how the Cabinet Office has responded and reformed its approach to outsourcing
The transport secretary defended the department's decision to award a £13.8m contract to a company that owns no ferries.
Update on tax and benefit authority’s transformation plan says it is learning the lessons from the early stages of its moves to regional centres
Programme has consistently fallen well short of recruitment goals, NAO report finds
Departments increasing spending with biggest suppliers despite financial troubles, review finds
PCS branch issues notice of industrial action ballot to BEIS after talks with senior figures break down
Outsourcing firms Capita, Serco and Sopra Steria to produce first three living wills for outsourced services within weeks, says Cabinet Office minister
Some companies were paid nearly £500,000 for 'central EU exit consultancy'
Customs brokers are worried about whether they will be able to meet extra demand in a no-deal scenario
Department says it wants a competitive tender process for the next Civil Service Pension Fund admin contract
Confirmation of the 100% take up of space comes as the Competition and Markets Authority moves nearby
International trade secretary Liam Fox unveils Exports Strategy with goal to increase UK exports to 35% of GDP