John Manzoni, chief executive of the Civil Service, sets out what 'functions' are and why they are so important in making the Civil Service better at what it does.
Civil Service Leaders
Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton talks about his role as Civil Service Race Champion and the importance of racial equality.
General Elections are typically periods when the Civil Service needs to prepare for potential change. But there are some things which will stay the same. I can guarantee that whoever wins on 7 May will want to see a Civil …
Stephen Lovegrove, Permanent Secretary of DECC, discusses the Leadership Statement and how we need confidence in our ability to lead and engage.
Sir Jeremy outlines how the new shared parental leave scheme will make a positive change in Civil Service culture.
Sir Jeremy Heywood writes about the advice and guidance for civil servants during the pre-election period and the opportunity for the Civil Service to show itself at its best.
Now that Parliament has been dissolved ahead of this year's election, the Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron, takes time out to thank civil servants for all the work they've done over the past five years.
I am pleased to announce the establishment of the Shadow Civil Service Board. For those of you who aren’t aware of the Civil Service Board (CSB), it is responsible for the strategic leadership of the Civil Service. It was established …
Civil Service Diversity Champion Sir Simon Fraser looks at three new reports into barriers faced by civil servants from under-represented groups, and introduces a refreshed Talent Action Plan to ensure that talented civil servants can progress regardless of who they are or their background.
Sir Simon Fraser announces the appointment of Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport, as the new Civil Service Disability Champion.