Estates strategy proposes opening five new large service centres and 50 shared-site operations
HMRC chief says Building Our Future plans will save more than reported by the National Audit Office earlier this month, but admits keeping hold of local knowledge will be a challenge if staff cannot relocate
Cabinet Office document suggests a significant chunk of civil service’s targeted 30,000 apprenticeships will already be employed by government departments
Former head of delivery and innovation at the Government Digital Service to take up new role next month
Cabinet secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood praises outgoing intelligence chief – who tells ministers he is resigning for personal reasons – for his decades of "dedicated public service"
Rob Behrens, former director of the Cabinet Office's International Public Service Group, set to head up Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman after grilling from MPs
Civil service leaders have long tried to cut sickness absence rates among their staff. But, asks Suzannah Brecknell, are they looking at the full picture?
Cabinet Office report finds that Whitehall's move to digital happened at different rates in different departments, meaning information management was not properly re-assessed
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues on Dods People
Maritime and Coastguard Agency deal worth up to 20% for some staff, and a minimum of 2%
Reducing sickness absence is a vital task for leaders, and it must start with some difficult conversations if real progress is to be made
Prospect says David Davis’ reflections on civil service resourcing sought to “invoke the Blitz spirit” but ignore history