National Digital Conference sees Cabinet Office minister, officials and tech suppliers focus on changing attitudes to digital and technology in the workplace – as well as the future of automation
Exclusive: Outgoing head of charity leaders’ network ACEVO criticises Cabinet Office over plans to support private business using civil society funds – but the department says it wants to "explore the potential of an untapped area of the economy"
How DFID can educate and empower the British public to back its work and investment across global nations.
HMRC's Mark Dearnley says new company – set up to employ staff moving over from the £10bn Aspire contract – will have to abide by the Treasury's 1% pay cap, as union warns terms and conditions leading to a "drain of staff"
Key government plan to create common digital platforms still needs explaining to civil service staff, new study finds
The success of innovative schemes from different parts of the world proves that diversity in government isn’t optional, it’s essential, argues Joshua Chambers
The government is determined to cut public sector costs, to rebalance the economy, and to drive up exports. Joshua Southern, Manager at KPMG, suggests how one policy could create big wins across government, industry and the UK export market
New £160,000-a-year "Continuous Improvement Director" asked to track progress against commercial improvement plans departments have agreed with the Cabinet Office
Exclusive: Opposition backs quotas on interview shortlists to address "glacial" pace on diversity in Whitehall's highest tier
The former Energy and Climate Change chief scientist, who died earlier this year, taught his department how to do policymaking without the hot air – by making the process data-led, iterative and open
Latest ranking of digital services in the EU puts UK top for open data – but slipping on use of online forms
In an era of protracted belt-tightening in government, how can departments collaborate on policy design to save money and improve outcomes for the citizen? A recent CSW round table explored these issues, as Colin Marrs reports