Sir Jeremy Heywood and Philip Rutnam look at the success of the DWP's Disability Confident campaign, and how we can all get involved.
Civil Service Leaders
Many of you have heard me say that I believe we’re doing too much for the resources we have. To some extent, this may be inevitable - as a Civil Service, we have to deliver manifesto commitments, service the new …
Philip Rycroft introduces the new Civil Service capability resources for devolution and working with devolved administrations.
Minister for the Cabinet Office, Rt Hon Matthew Hancock, talks about the value of the Civil Service Awards as a way of showcasing the work done across the service.
As the internationally-renowned Behavioural Insights Team - the so-called 'Nudge Unit' - publishes its latest report, Jeremy Heywood looks at the impact of behavioural science on policy making and helping people make better decisions in their lives.
The Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron, introduces - and invites nominations for - a new award for clarity in communication, which he believes is central to the role of civil servants in providing the very best public service we can. The award will be presented at the Civil Service Awards 2015.
Have you heard about the Civil Service Live Innovation Prize? Professor Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Adviser talks about the amazing experience on offer.
Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood explains what the first Budget of the new Parliament means for civil servants.
There’s no substitute for getting out and about to learn about what's going on in the frontline, says DWP Permanent Secretary Robert Devereux
Sir Ian Cheshire was appointed Government Lead Non-Executive in April this year. As his first annual report in the role is published, Sir Ian sets out his priorities.