Letter from Cabinet Office minister Damian Green says government will consider a cap-busting increase “in return for improvements to public sector productivity”
Why young civil servants should work at DExEU, Francis Maude memories, and the time he saved Christmas: Lunch with... Sir Paul Jenkins
The former Treasury solicitor shares his reflections from a Whitehall career with Tamsin Rutter...
Report predicts continued public sector pay restraint will lead to recruitment issues for employers of London-based, highly skilled workers
Oliver Robbins's move to top Brexit role in Number 10 ‘raises more questions than answers for Whitehall’
Move of civil service’s chief Brexit negotiator to the Cabinet Office will require new structures to be established with “time at a premium”, says IfG.
Former minister Francis Maude's attack on the civil service highlights what not to do if you want to improve government, argues former DWP permanent secretary Sir Leigh Lewis
Successful candidate will work with home secretary to shape role of new Commission for Countering Extremism
Philip Rycroft, the second permanent secretary at DExEU, will take up top post following Robbins's move to Cabinet Office
Antonia Romeo on running the new Department for International Trade and cross-Whitehall working on Brexit
In her first interview as permanent secretary of the Department for International Trade, Antonia Romeo tells Richard Johnstone about the progress already made, and the Brexit challenges to come, for this brand new ministry.
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Department’s most senior tax professional announces retirement at the end of the year
As the judge-led public inquiry opens on the three-month anniversary of the fire, legal experts call for a “repository of expertise” to build on lessons of past inquiries
Cabinet secretary describes speech by former minister as an "inaccurate portrayal" of civil service, while chief executive says Whitehall is "deepening and accelerating" reforms
The recently merged department lacks strategic coherence and authentic leaders – civil servants won't take it any more
Green-lighting pay rises without increasing budgets is not an end to austerity, says Civil Service World editor