Francis Maude: Civil service ‘no place for snowflakes’ – it must be robust enough to seek ministerial directions
Former Cabinet Office minister told MPs he became disillusioned with civil service skills and repeats call for basic training
Surge in consumers’ use of messaging and social media is transforming their expectations of...
Tony Douglas will stand down from role at Defence Equipment and Support to return to aviation sector
Cabinet Office accounts reveal big hike in spending on interim workers to ensure key programmes are delivered
IfG urges civil service to ‘get a grip on Brexit workforce strategy’ as FOI request finds high staff turnover in DExEU
City centre office block will house 3,600 civil servants
Wireless internet service passes beta assessment and is now available in more than 100 locations across the UK
Committee chair Bernard Jenkin says that Brexit will expose “where understandings are weak and where relationships are strained” in Whitehall
Study from techUK and Dods shows key obstacles becoming more – not less – entrenched
Analysis by GMB finds public sector now employs less than 17% of workers, with civil service headcount dropping by 18% since 2010
Tim Razzall tells Civil Service World he blames government for lack of vision on Brexit
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.
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