Project & Programme Management
Defence Infrastructure Organisation chief Graham Dalton on its new role, the scale of his remit, and living through Carillion
After a career managing major projects and transforming the way we maintain our roads, Graham Dalton is making his mark at the DIO. He speaks to Jim Dunton about smarter partnerships, runway renovations, and dinghies
David Lidington tells MPs that review on outsourcer’s collapse should offer recommendations in...
There can often be a daunting space between policy development and delivery in government – a space where policy ideas can be undermined as they move from one team to another. Here are Infrastructure and Projects Authority chief executive Tony Meggs’s top tips for closing it
Sir Jeremy Heywood defends civil service from Brexit attacks as he sets out the progress made since triggering of Article 50
MPs criticise “airy and irrelevant” responses from the department after committee raises questions over the projected employment boost from benefit reform
Kate McGavin and Helen Williams, deputy directors from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, are part-time, ambitious, and happy to share – both their job, and their wisdom on making a success of this increasingly popular way of working
How far are the massive changes brought on by Brexit accelerating the reversal of 1990s decentralisation, and will they usher in a more centralised machinery of government in the long term?
Transition agreement hailed as a breakthrough but IfG warns that issues, including resolving the Irish border, remain
Jon Thompson has brought openness to change and challenges to the post of HMRC chief executive. The one-time apprentice tells Richard Johnstone how he’s still learning as the head of one of government’s biggest departments
Update of 2012 rules explicitly identifies new entities being created as part of the UK’s departure from the European Union
Government Commercial Function professional standards handbook touted as ‘tool for career progression’
To build an organisation that makes good strategic decisions, leaders should learn from the way emergency services respond to critical incidents
Independent review offers five recommendations to help department deliver aid more effectively
Details of additional Brexit funding also reveal £1m transfer of funds following Oliver Robbins’s move to the Cabinet Office
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