Terminological inexactitudes: handy translations of Whitehall jargon (Vol. 19)
Civil Service World's regular guide to the very best in Whitehallese
Brought in to think the unthinkable, say the unsayable, become deeply frustrated and return to the private sector within six months
Very much looking forward to passing your good ideas off as my own. See also: “Advice please”
A slightly more impressive job title than “head”, albeit one implying a level of control over events that you will never feel
Letters from Joe Public, to be kept at the bottom of the in-tray until the official concerned is really bored one afternoon
Reflected on our priorities
We are performing a screeching U-turn but if we put it in paragraph six maybe nobody will work it out for a while.
Civil service poll shows a more engaged workforce but...
When even reports on albatross observation are being suppressed, it’s clear that existing purdah...
Watchdog’s snapshot shows BEIS has biggest numeric burden, followed by Defra
Labour minister-turned-Greater Manchester mayor berates anachronistic policymaking processes
BT takes a look at the shifting nature of cyber threats, and how organisations can detect and...
Microsoft shows a few of the ways that governments can turn data into insight
With the ‘low-hanging fruit’ exhausted, the public sector must approach new government saving...
TCS is keen to contribute to the topic of successful partnerships between the public and private...