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
DfT are opening their doors from 30 November to 4 December, hosting a variety of talks to promote inclusion, raise awareness and challenge your perceptions. Click here to sign-up.
The tenth Civil Service Awards took place at Buckingham Palace this year. Celebrating great public service work that is changing lives for the better in the UK, this year's winners were also presented to The Queen.
Now in their 9th year, these awards demonstrate the importance of putting diversity & inclusion at the heart of the Civil Service.
This year's Civil Service Live series finished with 2 days at the QEII centre in London. Over 5,000 delegates took part workshops like CS Learning's hack, judging the final of the Innovation Challenge and hearing Frank Abagnale talking about identity theft. Here's 2 days worth of twitter comment...
The big message to come out of our first #CivilServiceLive trip to Scotland was we're one big family and we can learn plenty from each other. Here's what happened from a sunny Murrayfield.
With the GCHQ band and the GCS Comms Hub in full flow and both Sir Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni presenting, the South West and Wales leg of Civil Service Live 2015 went with a bang - we were even trending on Twitter!
Last few spaces up for grabs at next week's Civil Service Live: Bristol - click to find out what sessions are still available.
With demonstrations by the NOMS & Border Force dogs, GDS and Government Comms Hubs plus really popular sessions on unconscious bias, personal resilience and making learning work, this is what happened in Manchester.
With a choir, sniffer dogs, a gaggle of senior leaders and our new Chief Executive, John Manzoni, in attendance, find out what happened at the first Civil Service Live event of the year.