Working on public consultations can be daunting - especially one as large as the BBC Charter review - but Sue Owen offers some tips to do it successfully.
Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil outlines what we're going to be doing to support the Ban the Box campaign and help ex-offenders back into work.
"To be truly effective in today’s Civil Service in the UK means ‘getting’ devolution" Philip Rycroft puts devolution into context and signposts where you can get help.
Philip Rutnam challenges us all to remove the stigma of mental health and to help colleagues and others simply by starting a conversation.
A report from the REM Network and the Civil Service Race Forum's cross Whitehall Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 event this week.
Adam Taylor, co-chair of JNet, the Civil Service Jewish Network, offers a personal take on why we should all take a moment to mark Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 Jan.
Operational Delivery is the Civil Service’s largest profession. In this article, James Bishop sets out the innovative work now taking place to help the profession’s 280,000 members learn new skills, progress their careers and ensure the Civil Service has the right operational capabilities for times of crisis and beyond.
The 2nd TW3 Awards celebrated great examples of smarter working taking place across government, but click here to find out who took home a coveted award
Professor Sir Mark Walport gets inspired about how we can use data better after a recent trip to McLaren.
What's next for our Smart Working programme? Ahead of the TW3 Awards 2016 Cabinet Office's Bruce Mann outlines the plans and launches a smarter working British Standard.
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