John Manzoni, chief executive of the Civil Service, sets out what 'functions' are and why they are so important in making the Civil Service better at what it does.
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.
John Manzoni expands on the theme of his recent interview in Civil Service World, about the value of experience in the Civil Service.
John Manzoni talks about his recent speech at the Institute for Government, and what he's learned during his visits to civil servants across the country.
Sir Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni discuss what the Autumn Statement means for the Civil Service.
The new Chief Executive talks about the future and why he thinks the Civil Service is perfectly placed to meet these challenges.
Every year, civil servants are tasked with delivering some of the UK’s most ambitious and transformative projects. Even a very quick scan of the Major Projects Authority (MPA’s) second annual report, published today, would leave you in little doubt of …
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