BT will launch a new project with See.Sense, an innovative cycling company from Northern Ireland, to provide cyclists with sensor-enabled bike lights
From Jags to jabs: how Jeremy Marlow went from John Prescott’s speechwriter to driving NHS efficiency
After a wide-ranging career in the civil service, including a spell as John Prescott’s...
After decades of reviews aimed at driving down the civil service's running costs, Sir Michael Barber, former chief of Blair's delivery unit, is hailed by one Whitehall-watcher as "much less celebrity and much more focused on getting the job done"
Civil service's head of executive recruitment tells CSW that new online recruitment tool – Applied – will focus on increasing diversity and speeding up the sifting process
Lesley Ann Nash, the Cabinet Office's director for public bodies reform, explains how the government's new code is aiming to shift relationships between departments and arm’s-length bodies away from compliance and control towards a proportionate, risk-based partnership model
Civil service chief John Manzoni laments NHS care.data "misstep" – and sets out Whitehall's vision for big data
Retaining public trust “absolutely critical" to plans for data-drive government, says the civil service CEO
Tax collection agency beats target by 400,000 users months ahead of self-imposed deadline
Most of the challenges the Workforce Plan purports to tackle are ones that Whitehall has bumped up against for decades. Perhaps it's time to start interrogating the civil service's Victorian structures – rather than simply adding layers of reform on top, argues Andrew Greenway
Westminster City Council approves proposals for Whitehall landmark despite heritage concerns
Government Digital Service director general Kevin Cunnington tells CSW's sister site PublicTechnology that government is “on track to finish" ambitious overhaul set out in the last parliament
Think tank says long-awaited vision has no detail on resource allocation and a telling absence of public support from prime minister Theresa May and chancellor Philip Hammond
Union cries foul over “unprecedented” redundancies made with 24 hours’ notice at rights watchdog
Former minister tells watchdog MPs Whitehall has made "bad mistakes" in outsourcing IT projects
Government Transformation Strategy sets out plans to encourage a pro-digital culture change in Whitehall, with unified pay strategy for central government roles