This year is the 10th anniversary of the Civil Service Awards, which recognise the great work of civil servants. Nominations for the 2015 awards are now open and Head of the Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood explains why it is important that we celebrate our achievements.
Civil Service Leaders
Head of the Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood explains why a career in government is such an exciting and rewarding option for science, technology and engineering graduates - and why we need more of them.
Sue Owen looks at why the Talent Action Plan is only a starting point, the strides we've taken since launch and how we're going to level the playing field.
John Manzoni encourages anyone who thinks they have the potential and talent to succeed to apply for Civil Service Talent Scheme - regardless of what you do or where you're based.
Tony Meggs, interim CEO of the Major Projects Authority, gives his first thoughts about working in the public sector after a lifetime in the private sector.
After launching this year's scheme Sir Jeremy Heywood explains why the Summer Diversity Internship Programme is so important for the Civil Service.
HM Treasury Permanent Secretary Sir Nicholas Macpherson looks back at the first decade of HMRC.
With nominations for the 2015 Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Awards closing on 19 June, our Diversity Champion Sir Simon Fraser explains why it's important to recognise the achievements of those who are helping us to value difference.
To mark Volunteers' Week, Sir Jeremy Heywood celebrates the thousands of civil servants who volunteer for good causes and announces new Civil Service support for volunteering.
Making it real - Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary Ursula Brennan talks about embedding the Leadership Statement by linking it to the challenges frontline staff face every day.