A Brexit boom for the civil service? Former cabinet secretaries offer reasons for Whitehall to take heart
Cabinet secretaries hold the fort in times of crisis and have seen splits over Europe come and...
As cross-party power-sharing talks collapse, decisions made by senior officials in absence of an...
Think tank has called on the government to undertake “thorough review of the public sector’s relationship with contractors” amid sector’s woes.
FDA union for senior civil servants to write to Defra secretary of state to ask for an explanation of the “unhelpful and inaccurate” comments made in Cabinet
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Request is a first in providing statutory cover for Brexit outlay ahead of EU-exit legislation clearing parliament
Former Network Rail chief exec and Olympics infrastructure tsar will succeed Andrew Adonis on a permanent basis
The coalition government beefed up the role of departmental non-executives, and have encouraged talented people into the posts. But many gave found the roles frustrating and there is room to strengthen their contribution
Next stage in HMCTS modernisation programme could see eight closures
Review of the role of non-executives concludes that few Whitehall boards are working well
Cabinet secretary tells MPs Whitehall is looking at ways to reward civil servants who stay in their jobs for longer
Confirmation of the new ministerial portfolios following last week’s reshuffle reveals switch in ministerial responsibilities for public appointments
Public administration select committee announces new inquiry into risks of outsourcing following collapse of contractor Carillion