To mark the centenary of the Cabinet Office, Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood looks at the department's central role in government.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
Sir Jeremy Heywood was appointed Cabinet Secretary following the announcement of Sir Gus O’Donnell’s retirement in December 2011. From September 2014 Jeremy also took on the title Head of the Civil Service.
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Jeremy Heywood celebrates the success of this year's Civil Service Awards.
Jeremy Heywood looks at the results of the Civil Service People Survey 2016, which are now available.
Jeremy Heywood says we all need to build on work that already exemplifies A Brilliant Civil Service; and he plans to introduce a monthly award to recognise great examples of the vision in action.
The introduction of the Government Inclusive Economy Unit builds on the Civil Service's proud record in assisting the development of social investment, as Jeremy Heywood explains.
The Civil Service People Survey 2016 is open. Jeremy Heywood urges civil servants to take part and directly influence real change in the organisation.
Jeremy Heywood gives an update on progress towards realising the Civil Service's ambition to be the UK's most inclusive employer.
Jeremy Heywood describes how the Civil Service has set about creating two new government departments, one of which is responsible for a completely new policy area.
Jeremy Heywood explains why he has asked all senior civil servants to complete a survey on their socio-economic background and how this will help the Civil Service support social mobility.
Jeremy Heywood looks at the key appointments and departmental changes in the new government and what they mean for the Civil Service.