Prospect says ending of 1% public sector pay cap is welcome but highlight that the civil service...
Officials should seek formal directions when politicians set unrealistic timelines for commissioning, says boss of outsourcing giant
Government urged to review £490m procurement after report the contract could be awarded overseas
Department insists automation drive is employee-led
Kate McGavin and Helen Williams, deputy directors from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, are part-time, ambitious, and happy to share – both their job, and their wisdom on making a success of this increasingly popular way of working
Department forced to check 300,000 claims after tribunal ruling on flaws in employment and support allowance
ONS reveals new profession for analysts and data scientists after being challenged by Sir Jeremy Heywood to become more visible
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?
Transition agreement hailed as a breakthrough but IfG warns that issues, including resolving the Irish border, remain
Information commissioner Elizabeth Denham confirms warrant has been served on UK company
Following Jonathan Slater's "call to arms" on civil service integrity, the IfG's Daniel Thornton explains how to improve and what to avoid
National Cyber Security Centre issues guidance on boosting security amid risk of blackout and data theft from Russian attacks