Union sets out five demands to cut workload of staff at Universal Credit service centres in Wolverhampton and Walsall
Brexit will remain a key focus as the NAO rebalances its resources to cope with its mounting workload
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has acknowledged that rollout of benefit reform could have contributed to large increase but says government has made changes to improve reform
Committee raises alarm over loss of European Investment Bank funding stream
The Cabinet Office alone awarded contracts worth a total of £56m, the figures show
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
The government claims it is ‘working constructively with Apple’
Department says the 10,000-claimant pilot will be sufficient to test the managed migration process
As the deadline for ditching the 22-year-old platform draws near, some major government departments are still using GSi email addresses – but all contend that they are on track for the March cut-off
IfG session also hears from Lord Robin Butler that internal competition has made managers “impotent” in planning their workforce.
Fiona Spencer joins agency from the Home Office, where she was chief portfolio officer.
IfG finds staff move on more rapidly in the UK than in other civil services and puts cost of churn at £74m a year