Transparency & Open Data
Justice secretary criticised for his role in departure of Nick Hardwick following board’s decision to release convicted rapist John Warboys
Some 112 staff are on more than £150,000 while 15 take home more than £251,000
Union and Labour call for government to disclose whether officials are being monitored for their political beliefs
The stories you may have missed as the government released a host of statements on the last day before summer recess
National Archives files reveal that 1,420 Whitehall staff were monitored by security services
Public Accounts Committee says need to embed procurement best practice across civil service is crucial following Carillion collapse
With no way to relieve the pressure of secrecy, a closed government is "fundamentally unsustainable, and guaranteed to fail", argues Andrew Greenway
Information Commissioner orders MoJ to disclose fines dished out to private-sector operators and cost of HMP Birmingham riot
PACAC describes Manzoni and Treasury admissions on PFI as ‘shocking’
Platform to contain information from councils and bus operations across England
Shadow Cabinet Office minister describes current arrangements as "not fit for purpose"
Watchdog Acoba also approves roles for ex-No 10 strategy director and DIT "cybersecurity ambassador"