Watchdog warns demands of service pressures, major projects and Brexit are outpacing Whitehall’s capacity to deliver at a time of staffing restrictions and spending restraint
Budget 2017: Hammond accused of "taking civil servants for granted" as he sticks to pre-Brexit cuts plans
Unions round on the chancellor as Budget sticks to George Osborne's 2015 departmental cuts plans...
HMRC job ad says London Office will be moving to Canary Wharf as a "transitional site in summer 2017"
Infrastructure and Projects Authority chief exec Tony Meggs: "2017 will require ruthless prioritisation"
With the end of 2016 fast approaching, we asked the UK's top officials to look back at the year, outline their goals for 2017 – and shed some light on their festive favourites. Infrastructure and Projects Authority chief executive Tony Meggs, takes part in our annual perm secs round-up
MPs call on government to commission independent review into tax-credit compliance processes
MPs say DfE must not focus solely on hitting target as it overhauls the UK's apprenticeships system
Union's general secretary Mark Serwotka hails "resounding rejection" of already-introduced Compensation Scheme changes
Whitehall's annual people survey provides a moment of catharsis – but, Jane Dudman wonders, is it asking the wrong questions?
Former education secretary calls for weekly naming and shaming of civil servants working on big projects, but union for senior officials says his intervention is "more about resurrecting his career as a columnist"
After deal that could see some staff given 20% hike over four years, People Survey 2016 shows DWP satisfaction with pay higher than before Treasury capped rises
Land Registry "will remain in the public sector", Autumn Statement confirms, as PCS hails campaign victory
Former top officials warn against centralisation of power with the finance ministry on eve of chancellor Philip Hammond's first Autumn Statement
Singleton has been director of newsgathering for the broadcaster since 2013
"I’m confident that they will get there. But no-one should be under illusions – this is an enormous job", says former cabinet secretary