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
MPs criticise “airy and irrelevant” responses from the department after committee raises questions over the projected employment boost from benefit reform
BT's Andy Rowland on technological risk, and how the systems fundamental to modern life are under attack
BT's Mike Pannell on the different ways of anonymising information and their application to IoT data
Government’s shared services lead issues update on progress towards improving substandard back-office digital services in Whitehall
How far are the massive changes brought on by Brexit accelerating the reversal of 1990s decentralisation, and will they usher in a more centralised machinery of government in the long term?
Following Jonathan Slater's "call to arms" on civil service integrity, the IfG's Daniel Thornton explains how to improve and what to avoid
Jon Thompson has brought openness to change and challenges to the post of HMRC chief executive. The one-time apprentice tells Richard Johnstone how he’s still learning as the head of one of government’s biggest departments
BT's Malcolm Stokes explains how organisations can attribute accurate figures to cyber risks in order to make a viable business case.