Next month's Sprint 18 event, hosted by Government Digital Service, will highlight the great things being done to improve the experience of people using digital services and to transform the way government itself works.
Civil Service Leaders
Civil Service Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil offers useful advice on setting effective and flexible work objectives.
You can now book your place at Civil Service Live 2018, the annual showcase for innovation and best practice in the organisation, and the biggest learning and development event of the year for civil servants.
Jeremy Heywood welcomes the work of a new Cabinet Office team that is reaching out to the academic community to help foster innovation in government.
The Government Chief Commercial Officer on how cross-government collaboration is the key to the effectiveness of the Government Commercial Function and of other functions and professions.
Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Champion Sue Owen, who is leading the review, gives a progress report.
Matthew Coats describes the development of new digital services to make it easier for civil servants to manage their everyday business as employees, such as performance management and checking payslips.
Jonathan Slater, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Education, describes three recent reminders of why maintaining integrity remains at the heart of everything civil servants do.
Philip Rutnam introduces a personal account from a young civil servant who says her disability is one of a number of important characteristics that make her who she is.
Sir Simon McDonald looks forward to the first Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting to be held in the UK since 1997.