Economy, Business & Infrastructure
Civil service chief executive says first 1,800 specialists will join the profession later this year
Civil service chief executive says first 1,800 specialists will join the profession later this...
Education and Skills Funding Agency pushes back small-firms target "to keep stability in the marketplace"
Former MP for Grismby Austin Mitchell’s new book is one that future historians will have on their reading lists, writes Sue Cameron
DCMS-led document also signals departments will face greater requirement to demonstrate social-value aspects of contracts and grants
Federation of Small Businesses warns against “mega contracts” as Department for Transport says it’s on track to meet procurement targets
Robert Devereux's successor unpacks his first seven months at the helm in Caxton House
Commercial Law Group expansion includes an increase to 13 in the number of senior posts
Chief executive predicts "challenging" year after expert shortages combine with casework hike
Report details “scandalous” vacancy levels that see department pay £78m a year on empty units
DfT's high-speed railway company to appoint new top team as project moves from design to construction
Watchdog’s review of post-Brexit regulation, consumer protection and competition flags major issues
Permanent secretary Antonia Romeo says department has appointed top team and will now focus on building capability. Tamsin Rutter reports on DIT’s next steps
Sir Simon Fraser says that the lack of an agreed government position on the future relationship with the EU left the UK unable to conduct a negotiation effectively