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A Brilliant Civil Service
A range of blog posts illustrating the vision of:
"A brilliant Civil Service that helps to keep the United Kingdom prosperous and secure, supporting the governments we serve in
implementing their commitments and delivering high quality services for the public."
Blogs in this category will illustrate aspects of the vision and how it is being implemented across the organisation under its four supporting pillars: Improved outcomes; Effective leaders; Skilled people; A great place to work.
Jeremy Heywood looks at the results of the Civil Service People Survey 2016, which are now available.
The Civil Service and HR professional body CIPD have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in creating the highest standards of professionalism in Civil Service HR.
Today we published the shortlists for all 16 categories in the 11th Civil Service Awards. So it’s a great pleasure, as Civil Service Awards Champion, to be able to congratulate all of those who have been shortlisted, including the winners …
The shortlist for the Civil Service Awards has been announced. Here are the details.
The 2016 People Survey closes next Monday 31 October. With one week to go, 210,052 of you (49%) have completed the survey. We would encourage those of you that haven’t completed the survey to do so. If you have completed …
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 Civil Service People Survey 2016 is open. Jeremy Heywood urges civil servants to take part and directly influence real change in the organisation.
In National Inclusion Week, John Manzoni explains why a truly inclusive workforce acknowledges faith, religion and belief, as well as all other protected characteristics.
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.