Civil service people chief Rupert McNeil on diversity, the pay cap, and why Whitehall needs a 'Casualty' not a 'Yes Minister' image
After 21 months in government, Rupert McNeil, chief people officer and head of civil service HR, tells Tamsin Rutter about the importance of inclusive leadership and that the future of work is people, not technology.
Carol Tullo interview: National Archives director on leadership, digital record-keeping, and the benefits of peer support
After starting her career in law Carol Tullo has now worked in the civil service for 20 years. She talks to Suzannah Brecknell about two decades worth of change, Whitehall milestones and the digital future
Senior civil service has biggest range of average salaries of any grade across Whitehall, with Treasury chiefs paid least
Theresa May’s fledgling post-Brexit industrial strategy seeks to use government purchasing power to boost UK business if the Conservatives remain in power. Colin Marrs looks at historical precedents and future pointers.
Commission calls on civil service to scrutinise EU regulations relating to public services to plan reforms ahead of exit
Conservationists voice fears over proposals to remodel listed city office block
Veteran negotiator Jonathan Powell lauds civil service’s post-referendum progress but cautions on remaining skills gaps
Little is known about the contribution of non-executives in Whitehall departments since their role was expanded in 2010. A new study aims to find out how they work
The Institute for Government says budget projections must not provide “cover for misleading intentions”
New combined authority chiefs could improve services and boost local economies if offered new menu of powers, says think tank
Institute for Government report says free movement could stay for several years because new system won’t be ready
Institute for Government report draws lessons from global take-up of Blair-era innovation
Wash-up period sees government compromise to rush crucial tax legislation through House of Commons