PCS expresses concern that contracts forming part of the tax department’s controversial regional hub scheme were signed in the pre-election period
Former chief of defence materiel, who left the civil service at the end of 2015, to carry out progress review for the MoD on equipment buying
Government's top IT official taking on newly-created role of national technology adviser
For many in politics, purdah is an excuse to close down any public facing or vaguely innovative government activity, writes former home secretary Jacqui Smith
Social enterprise takes over reins of public sector development programme as government ends centrally-funded support
Mystery Shopper report highlights challenges of encouraging suppliers to form partnerships to bid for government contracts
The Institute for Goverment's Emily Andrews responds to our columnist's call for the Government Digital Service to once again bare its teeth and shake up departmental thinking...
John Manthorpe accuses government of wanting to "sell the Land Registry for a quick price to reduce the deficit"
GDS has been a game-changer for the UK. But Joshua Chambers asks whether the big fish will survive without finding fresh feeding grounds
Move designed to allow public sector buyers to complete existing procurements before the switch
Decade-long IT contract – underpinning £500bn in tax revenue – to come to an early end
Department must to more to challenge contractors, say MPs, as too many health and disability assessments do not meet acceptable standards despite an increase in the cost per assessment
Infrastructure and Projects Authority says strong public sector involvement coupled with move away from traditional government structures has been a important factor in the success of capital projects like London 2012 and Crossrail