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To build an organisation that makes good strategic decisions, leaders should learn from the way emergency services respond to critical incidents
As he leaves the civil service after 40 years, Sir Robert Devereux, outgoing permanent secretary at the Department for Work and Pensions, reflects on complicated projects, how to lead large organisations and facing select committees
BT's Amy Lemberger argues that having the right security in place to protect your organisation is no longer just an option. It is a necessity.
Cabinet secretaries hold the fort in times of crisis and have seen splits over Europe come and go. Here’s why one of them thinks Brexit will be a civil service renaissance
Chief executive of Whitehall’s central buying unit to move to Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply in July
BT brought together some their top security experts and CIOs from well known UK organisations to discuss digital transformation and the impact that it’s having on organisations
Union accuses tax agency of 'throwing IT staff on the scrap heap' as it emerges there may not be room for them in new regional centres
MPs credit department with bringing programme “back from the brink” but warn that biggest challenges are yet to come
Tax agency will move 2,700 staff to second Scottish regional centre by 2021
MPs criticise slow progress on “byzantinely complicated task” but Brexit department insists capability is constantly under review
Crown Commercial Service has put together a £16m four-year framework with six suppliers offering “nudge theory” advice
Describing GDS as "well-meaning but increasingly peripheral", departments are starting to take back digital responsibilities. This is a mistake