Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni welcomes the progress in increasing the efficiency and sustainability of property in the government estate.
John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office
John Manzoni became Chief Executive of the Civil Service on 13 October 2014. He became Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office in August 2015.
He joined the Cabinet Office in February 2014 as Chief Executive of the Major Projects Authority.
Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni explains why the new Civil Service Apprenticeship Strategy is so important to the future of the organisation.
Following the announcement of the new Government Hub at Canary Wharf, John Manzoni encourages nominations for The Way We Work (TW3) Awards celebrating the transformation of Civil Service work and workplaces.
The 2016 People Survey closes next Monday 31 October. With one week to go, 210,052 of you (49%) have completed the survey. We would encourage those of you that haven’t completed the survey to do so. If you have completed …
John Manzoni writes about creating a culture in the Civil Service where people feel empowered to raise concerns when they feel that something is wrong.
In National Inclusion Week, John Manzoni explains why a truly inclusive workforce acknowledges faith, religion and belief, as well as all other protected characteristics.
Today we’re sad to say goodbye and thank you to Stephen Foreshew-Cain, Executive Director of GDS. Stephen is leaving GDS after two years, first as Chief Operating Officer and then as Executive Director. As Chief Operating Officer, Stephen oversaw the establishment of …
John Manzoni says the enthusiasm he witnessed at Civil Service Live for self-improvement and helping others to develop is crucial to realising the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service'.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni outline the aims of the new Civil Service Workforce Plan.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni set out a new vision for the future of the Civil Service.