National Audit Office says department’s attempts to address delays have compressed its Carrier Strike delivery schedule and “added risk with limited contingency”
DCLG confirms it is also ditching the use of the phrase "turned around" to describe families who...
Agency will keep Belfast-based workers on ahead of May 2017 termination of outsourced checks contract
Dame Julie Mellor: The DVLA must deal with the serious public service failures uncovered in our report
Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Dame Julie Mellor calls for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency to take urgent action, after a report by the watchdog finds that the DVLA has wrongly denied people with certain medical conditions and disabilities the right to drive
Tax-collection agency names commissioner successor to Edward Troup as part of accountability rejig
Tax authority's chief exec tells MPs that Whitehall has clear lessons to learn from failings with outsourced tax credit checking deal
Ex-immigration and enforcement chief Amanda Campbell takes up post as troubled watchdog’s chief executive officer
HMRC may need to delay digital tax plans, Treasury committee chair Andrew Tyrie tells new chancellor Philip Hammond
CIPFA examines what can be done to stem the rise of procurement fraud
A “health check” on more than 70 UK regulators has found fewer than one-third have any policy on staff taking up jobs with the firms they oversee
National Audit Office finds 9,000 data breaches recorded by the 17 biggest government departments in last year – and says Cabinet Office must do more to help departments clamp down on loss and theft
The outsourcing firm says HMRC's decision – which comes amid pressure from MPs over wrongly halted tax credits – is an attack on its "professional credibility"
Labour Party-commissioned proposals demand more money for tax collection and new tier of governance for HM Revenue & Customs
PCS union says plan to move organisation employing more than 4,000 civil servants into the private sector appears to have been "quietly dropped" after it fails to appear in the new Neighbourhood Planning Bill