Amid tensions between UK parliaments over EU Withdrawal Bill, incoming DExEU perm sec insists devolution is ‘meat and drink’ to civil servants
Tim Razzall tells Civil Service World he blames government for lack of vision on Brexit
Public sector pay has been in the headlines, but there’s a lack of innovative thinking on changing the reward package across government. It’s time to try more radical solution
CIPD survey found that public sector pay increases stuck at 1% due to pay cap, half the level of the private sector
Whitehall has an average gender pay gap of 13%, analysis of official statistics shows
Centre for Cities warns against overplaying benefits of moving public sector jobs out of London
Reform think tank calls for rethink on civil service management style as it predicts more than 130,000 administrative-level civil service jobs could be automated in the next ten years
If you had one wish for your work, what would it be? Alex Starritt asked officials from across the UK and around the world that very question. Their answers were strikingly similar
Exclusive: Cabinet secretary says reform agenda remains "strongly supported by ministers" after several key Francis Maude-era initiatives are scrapped, but stresses focus on "embedding leadership at a departmental level"
Data Science Accelerator programme adds a new hub as Government Digital Service aims to sharpen Whitehall's use of data
Cross-department team behind HR reform proposals wins Reimagine Challenge. Matt Ross reports
Former head of the civil service Lord Kerslake urges government to "pause, review, take stock of what it has in front of it and then revisit the question of capacity"