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...
Treasury resistance hampered early planning, while over-stretched senior officials failed to spot warning signs that the project to overhaul benefits was failing, according to an in-depth report published by the Institute for Government
Elizabeth Denham says she will consider making it easier for the Information Commissioner's Office to step in when departments are slow to respond to public requests for info
Interim director Jess McEvoy sets out next steps for flagship user verification service – as analysts downplay HMRC's move to develop its own ID system
Report on electoral fraud recommends giving Whitehall oversight for the performance management of councils' electoral services
2,500 staff set to relocate to town-centre office block from summer 2017
Caroline Normand set to join Which?, while other moves see the government name Lowell Goddard’s abuse inquiry replacement and Charlie Bean lined up for the Budget Responsibility Committee
Department for International Development urged to sharpen risk management to ensure aid doesn't go missing
New report from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact says DfID staff working in fragile and conflict-afflicted states are sometimes confused about how to manage risk
Official evaluation seen by Newsnight suggests much-heralded programme has had a limited impact on employment, criminality and truancy
Public sector organisations can now buy blockchain technologies through the government’s Digital Marketplace
Think tank says fear of central government scrutiny stops councils from sharing full “lessons learned” on service integration work
Land Registry privatisation: Tory committee chair Bernard Jenkin warns against sale for a "quick profit"
The Land Registry "must remain an essential arm of the state", says Conservative committee chair Bernard Jenkin, amid doubts over whether the government's privatisation plans will go ahead
IFS deputy director Carl Emmerson among new appointments to Social Security Advisory Committee