Confirmation of the new ministerial portfolios following last week’s reshuffle reveals switch in...
Emergency services will be encouraged to share back office functions under plans outlined by the Home Office
With the end of 2015 in sight, we asked Whitehall's top officials to review the year, set out their priorities for 2016 – and shed some light on their festive plans. Leslie Evans, permanent secretary of the Scottish Government, takes part in our biggest-ever perm secs' round-up series...
HM Revenue & Customs briefs staff on major downsizing of its estate – CSW has the key details and reaction from unions
With the ‘low-hanging fruit’ exhausted, the public sector must approach new government saving targets with a radically different attitude, says AECOM
Shaun Kingsbury tells the Environmental Audit Committee that time is right to hand coalition-era bank to the private sector – but E3G warns against “rushed privatisation”
Tax may not be high in the YouTube search history of your average teenager, but HMRC's "Tax Facts" campaign has been described as "cheerful and creative". Maureen Pamplin, the tax authority's head of sustainability, shares her tips on how departments can engage the public – without dumbing down
More say over Assembly procedures, energy and transport promised in Draft Wales Bill
Natural England's chief executive James Cross reflects on his first year in the job – and says the agency's reforms show environmental protection doesn't have to be at odds with economic growth
Find out which civil servants and departmental teams are in the running for an award
Governments are increasingly seeking to transform their core systems. Andrew Arcuri of the Boston Consulting Group considers how they can move from achieving good results, to truly great ones
Major business lobby group sets out stall ahead of government-wide Spending Review – with shared services, digitisation, and payment-by-results top of the agenda
DfE perm sec tells MPs on the Public Accounts committee that Care Leavers Strategy – sharply criticised by the spending watchdog – marks "very important step" in improving support for young people leaving care system