Jean-Claude Juncker has warned Theresa May that Britian will have to pay a multi-billion pound bill when it quits the EU.
Centralised purchasing body still needs to develop full business case, according to committee...
A “radical” drive to move departments out of London would help regions adapt following Brexit, say consultants
The government is developing a dynamic mapping tool to help civil servants access information on transformation programmes, in a bid to cut out wasted effort and make sure projects are properly resourced
Cabinet Office says switch a key milestone in unlock £300m savings
Staff numbers at lowest level since 1999, but unchanged for last nine months
Real terms pay levels to be £1,700 below 2009/10 peak set before Osborne freeze
Sarah Healey says response to Brexit shows the civil service at its best
Simon Case and Katrina Williams join the UK Permanent Representation to the European Union, as government prepares to issue Article 50 notification
Institute for Government report highlights “persistent weaknesses” that cause costly policy churn, prescribing a stronger role for MPs and the centre of government to stop unnecessary changes and secure institutional memory
Government Digital Service director general tells CSW's sister title Public Technology that his team is "moving away from the one-size-fits-all model" brought in under Francis Maude
Review warns that continuing restraint will reduce public sector wage differential to lowest level in 20 years.
Scottish first minister uses hastily-arranged press conference to say she will ask Theresa May for second referendum by spring 2019
Longstanding top scientist at the environment department heading for the exit, in move Defra says comes at "natural end" of his fixed term