Proxima examines the different approaches to advertising in the private and public sectors, and offers insight into the public sector campaigns process
Some surprising figures have invited management consultants into Whitehall over the past six decades, although their private-sector expertise has not always been directed where it was needed most
Government rethinks approach after DfT's attempt to secure freight capacity for first Brexit deadline 'cost £85m'
Liz Truss says IR35 regulations for the whole public sector render specific oversight for departments unnecessary
Tussell analysis finds 90% of contracts worth £5m or more went to contractors that didn't pay their suppliers on time
Commercial teams in the public sector are taking huge strides to improve their capability and influence, but Proxima asks - do we risk being blinded by undeliverable promises and expectations?
Further cost increases to much-delayed and over-budget programme "inevitable", committee says
Benefits agreed in £33m Eurotunnel settlement “little more than window dressing”, MPs say
Proxima speaks with Jonathan Lewis about what progress the SME advisory panel has already made, and what remains to be done
Investigation concludes as Delotte fined £4.2m over its auditing of the outsourcing giant
Any day rates over £750 require ministerial sign off from this month under 'enhanced approvals' process, Cabinet Office chief tells PACAC
Department floats two-year contact to support delivery of tech and infrastructure