Shan Morgan interview: Welsh Government perm sec on Brexit, future-proofing the civil service and how a globe-trotting career led her back to her roots
Taking up the post as permanent secretary of the Welsh Government was a homecoming for Dame Shan...
Lords committee urges government to review procurement rules and develop a national AI strategy
Three months after the collapse of Carillion, organisation says outsourcing firms’ operating models require greater scrutiny
An in-depth review of the effectiveness of the civil service has focused in on the relationship between officials and political leaders as the key fault line. If it can be improved, so can policy delivery, Andrew Kakabadse tells Richard Johnstone
As mega-deal with Capgemini and Fujitsu nears conclusion, department advertises for professional to lead management of contracts with up to 200 technology suppliers
Transferring data policy to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is a welcome move, but the government needs to be clear about what it wants to do with all this data
Some 2,000 staff to move to Salford in 2022, with 2,500 more to follow in 2027
Hartley was a senior officer in the RAF and now works in cyber security for BT. Ahead of the BT Cyber Security Careers Insight, the Officers' Association asked him to share his transition story.
It’s too early to say if shared services are coming of age or another false dawn. But I’d probably keep the champagne in the fridge for now
Department also takes over BEIS remit for digital signatures in policy shake-up
The government’s Inclusive Economy Unit was set up less than two years ago to deliver social impact by collaborating across sectors. Tom Le Quesne, the unit’s head, tells Geoffrey Lyons about how government can support a changing business landscape that wants to achieve a social purpose as well as financial returns
Revised Government Estate Strategy, which will “represent a step-change in government’s property ambitions”, expected in weeks
A project aimed at measuring the legitimacy of government revealed some lessons for politicians and civil servants alike. Suzannah Brecknell considers how to improve the connection between the governing and governed