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...
The Grimstone overhaul of the Commissioner for Public Appointments "risks a loss of public confidence and trust" in the way key quango jobs are filled, warn MPs on the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) 85,000 staff will be encouraged to save with member-owned financial institutions
John Manzoni on shared services; Land Registry privatisation paused; and the case against civil service diversity quotas – three non-Brexit stories you may have missed
While all the focus in recent days may have been on the consequences of Britain's historic decision to quit the European Union, that doesn't mean life in Whitehall ground to a halt. Here are three key, non-Brexit stories you may have missed since the referendum result
Changes come as DH seeks to cut running costs by 30% by 2020
Competition and Markets Authority warns that cartels can lead to overcharges of 10% to 20%
Justice committee warns the Ministry of Justice against seeking to "represent the quality of its evidence base to be higher than it is" after senior legal figures criticise research into court fees
Single Source Regulations Office chair Clive Tucker says there are “compelling reasons” to enhance his watchdog's authority over non-competitive military contracts
New survey by the Information Commissioner’s Office flags ongoing public concern about government use of data
Former Department for Education HEO Edward Chapman sentenced to three years and four months in jail after admitting £1m fraud and obtaining money by deception – as department says it is seeking to "recover the misappropriated funds in full"
Outgoing charities chief Stephen Bubb warns of “toxic” relationship between government and third sector
Exclusive: Outgoing head of charity leaders’ network ACEVO criticises Cabinet Office over plans to support private business using civil society funds – but the department says it wants to "explore the potential of an untapped area of the economy"
Special report: With just days to go until the EU referendum, civil servants will soon have more on their plates – whichever way the nation votes. Colin Marrs speaks to former senior officials and top civil service experts about the challenges a Brexit decision would pose for Whitehall, and why the alternative won’t necessarily mean "business as usual"
National Audit Office updates MPs on HMRC's progress to replace Aspire