Transparency & Open Data
Institute for Government report says universal pay hike could exacerbate Tories’ political woes amid £10bn spending hole
Senior civil servants to be personally accountable for diversity targets in long-awaited Whitehall inclusion strategy
Civil service diversity strategy sets out plans to develop framework for measuring inclusion...
Campaign group’s FOI compares Whitehall team with US counterparts at July meeting
Prime minister demands 'explain or change' approach in battle to defeat ethnic injustice
Appointments watchdog ACOBA approves former PM’s request to work for electronic-payments company
National Cyber Security Centre marks first 12 months in existence by publishing report into threat landscape
Sir Jeremy Heywood releases survey as new leadership academy starts work helping civil servants manage change
Offer to ‘transform pay system’ of weather forecaster follows legal action from female employees earning £7,000 less than male colleagues
Civil servants have access to an unprecedented amount of data, but how can they better use it to improve citizen outcomes? Geoffrey Lyons reports on a recent round table discussion
DExEU, Cabinet Office, and Defra under fire for refusal to answer information requests
Office for Statistics Regulation to monitor department while it implements a series of recommendations to improve transparency
Long-term mental health problems against a backdrop of staff cuts drives Northern Ireland staff absences trend
A reform plan for national statistics is intended to improve the evidence available to policymakers. Iain Bell, the deputy national statistician for population and public policy statistics at the UK Statistics Authority, sets out how civil servants can help make this a reality.
Quarterly snapshot indicates improved timeliness among departments