Interview: GDS leader Kevin Cunnington on Whitehall 'self-help groups', spend controls and cold water swimming
After a tumultuous first six months as director general of the Government Digital Service, Kevin Cunnington has finally got the long-awaited Transformation Strategy off his desk and is looking forward to an office move. Rebecca Hill meets him.
The government is developing a dynamic mapping tool to help civil servants access information on transformation programmes, in a bid to cut out wasted effort and make sure projects are properly resourced
Government Digital Service director general tells CSW's sister title Public Technology that his team is "moving away from the one-size-fits-all model" brought in under Francis Maude
With staff numbers and responsibilities growing, DCMS is undergoing something of a renaissance. Permanent secretary Sue Owen tells Suzannah Brecknell about the importance of leadership, the value of culture, and the power of music
Fledgling ministry offers £90,000 a year for senior officer to deliver “single device” for international trade staff to work with
One-year to the introduction of quarterly reporting announced after concern MPs on the Treasury committee
Experts say HMRC's online tool to help contractors calculate tax status is 'not fit for purpose' as effects of IR35 reforms start to bite. Rebecca Hill of CSW's sister title, PublicTechnology, reports
GDS announces rollout of GOV.UK Notify, which aims to save departments money and and speed up services by offering people instant access to documents and information
Wide-ranging plan includes announcement of new "Digital Government Partnership" to encourage innovation in Whitehall – as Labour's Louise Haigh blasts "recycled announcements and meagre commitments"
Civil service's head of executive recruitment tells CSW that new online recruitment tool – Applied – will focus on increasing diversity and speeding up the sifting process
Select committee seeks feedback on payment delays, registration errors, and possible tweaks
House of Lords committee puts HMRC officials through their paces