Analysis warns that continuation of 1% limit on pay increases will exacerbate public sector recruitment problems
Wealthy pensioners will lose state-funded fuel allowance under Tory plans to shake-up the social...
Changes come as DH seeks to cut running costs by 30% by 2020
New chief executive and permanent secretary tells MPs that technology issues and new performance management regime are at the root of organisation’s problems
CIPFA's Gillian Fawcett argues that it's no use having a brilliant dataset if the figures aren't put to use
Think tank praises updated blueprint for public-sector procurement but warns new clause must be used
Acting permanent secretary poised to take on £340,000-a-year City of London role
Audited accounts of more than 5,500 public sector organisations are published after a delay – but the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants warns this "rich source" of data could get buried
Civil service redundancy shake-up could lead to "significant" industrial unrest, warns Prospect union
Specialist union's formal response to Cabinet Office's planned shake-up of Civil Service Compensation Scheme warns of impact on workforce management – and raises prospect of industrial action
Committee of MPs says department has “not made a diligent and credible case” for policy which aims to fund discounts for housing association properties by selling off council homes
PAC urges stronger cross-government effort to clamp down on fines incurred for errors in the way government spends EU funds
Department points out that shift to include spending on war pensions and intelligence gathering falls within Nato guidelines
Macpherson says IDS's resignation over Personal Independence Payments was an "interesting, postmodern" decision
Troup faces media scrutiny over role at Simmons & Simmons – as HMRC points out his role "has never involved responsibility for operational activities or direct dealings with companies on their tax affairs"