"Only ministers can set priorities for action," David Sterling said
The committee is the latest group to throw its weight behind calls to make securing a withdrawal agreement an “urgent priority”.
The civil service values two types of knowledge, writes former senior civil servant Andrew Greenway, and understanding of policy is trumped by the skill of navigating Whitehall itself
A wide-ranging change to how government recruits for roles is being introduced across government. Whitehall’s chief people officer Rupert McNeil and other experts speak to CSW about what the move to success profiles will mean
The 2016 Chilcot Report exposed some of Whitehall’s biggest weaknesses – the silos and hierarchies that lead to bad decisions. Two years on, the officials who led the civil service response from the MoD, Cabinet Office and Foreign Office tell Tamsin Rutter what’s happened since then
£48m from the Life Chances Fund will help raise funds for social projects
National Audit Office says decision to establish single provider has caused expensive backlogs and increased staff costs by 17%
Review considers risk rating of possible recipients
Team works to improve departmental understanding of how people will react to policy changes
Straw poll of Prospect members finds more than three-quarters are dissatisfied with government’s handling of negotiations
Resolution Foundation claims that scrapping entrepreneurs' relief could help relieve public spending squeeze
Sources warn of danger that doubling charge to 10p ‘looks like profiteering'