Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service Mark Sedwill looks at the headline results of the 2018 People Survey.
Mark Philip Sedwill CMG was appointed Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service on 24 October 2018. From June 2018, he had been Acting Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service while Sir Jeremy Heywood was on leave owing to ill health. Sir Mark will continue as National Security Adviser, to which position the Prime Minister appointed him in April 2017.
Mark was Permanent Secretary at the Home Office between February 2013 and April 2017. He was previously Director General (political) at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the Prime Minister’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Who won the Civil Service Awards 2018? Mark Sedwill congratulates the winners and looks ahead.
Mark Sedwill urges civil servants in all departments to think differently about how they work with their wider departmental partners to deliver shared goals.
Home Office Permanent Secretary Mark Sedwill looks at crime prevention in the digital age.
Mark Sedwill, incoming chair of the Civil Service Lifeboat Fund and Home Office Permanent Secretary, looks at the mutual benefits of volunteering.
The Home Office Permanent Secretary, Mark Sedwill, looks at the wider pressures we face in 2015 and what his department will be focusing on this year.
Mark Sedwill, Permanent Secretary of the Home Office explains why we should think differently about overseas work, and how it can impact on the UK.