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
Civil service whistleblowing: despite positive steps, there's a way to go to ensure officials feel able to speak out
While steps to improve data on whistleblowing are welcome, civil servants need more reassurance that they won't be penalised for challenging wrongdoing, says Tom Casey of the independent whistleblowing charity Public Concern At Work
Drones, leadership churn – and John Major-era submarines: 8 things we learned about the government's Major Projects Portfolio
Earlier this month, the Infrastructure and Projects Authority published its annual report shedding light on the government’s largest and most complex projects. Alongside details on budget and timelines, each project is given a red, amber or green rating to indicate how likely it is to deliver expected benefits. Suzannah Brecknell takes a look at some of the key findings
New service charter sets out what the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman expects from departments and NHS trusts
Think tank calls for stronger sector-wide systems to support and learn from failing organisations
Sue Cameron: The lessons of Brexit and Chilcot are the same – we must stop putting politics above good government
A lack of planning, a breakdown of cabinet government, the sidelining of civil service advice – the parallels between the Iraq debacle and the aftermath of the Brexit vote are striking, argues Sue Cameron
Spending watchdog says bosses failure to declare National Insurance Fund payments kept departmental revenue spending in the black
Reports claim Whitehall has ethical concerns about former prime minister's "brazen" request for peerages and other honours for former aides
Major speech by the head of the public spending watchdog warns ministers to stop asking the civil service to run on "perpetual overload"