DFID Permanent Secretary Mark Lowcock reflects on what apprentices bring to the Civil Service.
Mark Lowcock is Permanent Secretary for the Department for International Development. He was appointed on 9 June 2011.
Mark is active on Twitter: @DFID_Mark
In the week that we marked International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women, Mark Lowcock, Permanent Secretary at DFID, looks at the campaign to stop violence against women and girls.
Mark Lowcock looks at how the Civil Service is becoming more productive and improving services in ways that make a positive difference to people's lives.
How do you measure the effectiveness of other countries' civil services, and how do we stack up, asks Mark Lowcock
Mark Lowcock, Permanent Secretary at the Department for International Development, gives his views on digital in the Civil Service.
Mark Lowcock, Permanent Secretary at the Department for International Development, discusses the role of digital in the Civil Service.
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