The Transport Select Committee was told there was “no lawful basis” to use emergency powers to award contracts worth millions without an open tender.
Government accepts request by MPs as part of a number of recommendations to improve customer service
Change is needed to ensure the public are not "left in the dark about the operation of public services," the report said.
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, civil servants have been working to get the country ready for its departure from the bloc. Beckie Smith examines how Brexit has changed government so far
Cabinet Office minister unpacks vision for driving government use of emerging technologies
Cleaners, receptionists and security guards are demanding £11-an-hour London living wage
MoD permanent secretary admits the contract has not been "anywhere near as successful as we’d like".
Twelve months on from the collapse of one of the government’s biggest contractors, Richard Johnstone looks at how the Cabinet Office has responded and reformed its approach to outsourcing
Major government contractor G4S fails to win any bids in the latest contracts round.
The transport secretary defended the department's decision to award a £13.8m contract to a company that owns no ferries.
Update on tax and benefit authority’s transformation plan says it is learning the lessons from the early stages of its moves to regional centres
Cabinet Office reports 2% reduction in floorspace and £750m generated from site disposals