A Brexit boom for the civil service? Former cabinet secretaries offer reasons for Whitehall to take heart
Cabinet secretaries hold the fort in times of crisis and have seen splits over Europe come and...
Chief executive of Whitehall’s central buying unit to move to Chartered Institute of Procurement...
Union warns of strike potential over Courts and Tribunal Service’s hubs proposals
UK’s chief negotiator tells MPs department is in ‘good homework mode’ as Liam Fox confirms 734 new hires since February
Bernadette Kelly asked by MPs to look into “possibility of fraud” over £1.7m made in unauthorised redundancy payments
Baroness Stowell, Lord Heseltine, Baroness Warsi and Harriet Harman are the latest former minsters to look back on their time in Whitehall as part of the Institute for Government’s Ministers Reflect series. They reveal the good and the bad of the civil service
HMRC chief says the organisation will present a ‘reprioritisation’ plan to ministers next year, and plans to hire more staff as Brexit workload increases
Welsh Government “innovation directory” will pull together more timely big data and analysis for economists and policy makers
Ministry of Justice perm sec and other top officials from justice and health admit staff cuts have contributed to record high suicide rate in prisons
Civil service race champion said it could take 10 years for progress on racial diversity to match that made on gender
Transition chief tells MPs the department’s “pioneering” work in digital will help boost the low number of British exporters
A government-commissioned study makes 18 recommendations, including asking GDS to help create a scheme to boost public sector use of artificial intelligence
It is time for government to acknowledge why the desired outcomes for public services are not being delivered. But this will require challenging Whitehall’s survivors
David Williams tells MPs that Department of Health cannot calculate impact of delays to repairs and maintenance spending