Speaking truth to Tony Blair, pioneering privatisation, and the importance of gossip: lunch with Lord Wilson
The former cabinet secretary shares his Whitehall reflections with Suzannah Brecknell
David Norgrove backed as new UK Statistics Authority chair – after warning of "egregious" use of Brexit stats
Green light from the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee follows hearing in which he said the Government Statistical Service appeared to have been “downgraded” over the years
Former head of delivery and innovation at the Government Digital Service to take up new role next month
"No shortage" of scientific advice for Brexit ministry, says government chief scientist Mark Walport
Department for Exiting the European Union "consulting very extensively" on the impact of Brexit to the science sector, says top government adviser, after MPs urge the new department to take on a full-time expert
Interview: MoD permanent secretary Stephen Lovegrove on NATO, Brexit and the future of his department
The map of Whitehall has changed considerably in the months since Stephen Lovegrove left the Department of Energy and Climate Change to become Ministry of Defence perm sec. He tells Colin Marrs about the Brexit help his department can offer, the MoD’s role in boosting Britain’s industry and the staffing cuts he’s tasked with making. Photos by Paul Heartfield
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"
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?
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%
As Donald Trump is inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, Kings College London research fellow Joe Devanny looks at the tensions that arise between administrations and considers parallels with Whitehall
Joshua Chambers has travelled the world meeting government innovators. Here, he shares some of their secrets.
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
ACOBA approves return to Suffolk County Council for review of councillor remuneration