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.
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 looks at the key appointments and departmental changes in the new government and what they mean for the Civil Service.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni outline the aims of the new Civil Service Workforce Plan.
Jeremy Heywood spotlights the launch of the Government Outcomes Lab, which will support the development of Social Impact Bonds and outcomes-focused reform of public service delivery.
Jeremy Heywood gives the latest information on how the Civil Service will support the Government in taking forward the public's decision to leave the European Union.
Jeremy Heywood reports that the Civil Service has exceeded its target of placements for young people through the Movement to Work scheme, and helped improved the outcomes for participants.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni set out a new vision for the future of the Civil Service.
At Civil Service Live 2016, 'An audience with Sir Jeremy Heywood' will give civil servants the opportunity to present their innovative work and ideas for making the Civil Service work better to the Head of the Civil Service himself.
Jeremy Heywood responds to a blog post by Jill Rutter of the Institute for Government on the representation of women at senior levels in the Civil Service.
As the categories for the 2016 Civil Service Awards are announced, Jeremy Heywood reveals what civil servants said they wanted to see in the list.