Sir Jeremy Heywood introduces the One Civil Service interchange scheme announced by Philip Rycroft (right) last week at Civil Service Live Edinburgh.
Civil Service Leaders
It's time for the 2015 People Survey - a chance for civil servants to make their voices heard on a whole range of issues affecting their jobs and the way they work. Jeremy Heywood explains why the survey has never been more important.
Sir Jeremy hails all the nominees on the shortlist for this year's Civil Service Awards, which are a showcase for the amazing work taking place in the service.
Inspired by our first official engagement with National Inclusion Week, Sir Jeremy looks at the task ahead for us to become the UK's most diverse employer.
Having spoken at the FDA's Women into Leadership conference, Melanie Dawes looks ahead to rejuvenating our gender and women's networks.
Sue Owen explains the importance of the newly published Permanent Secretary diversity and inclusion objectives to making us a truly inclusive organisation representative of modern Britain.
Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary to the MOD and social mobility champion, explains how the Civil Service is changing to allow everybody to achieve their career aspirations, regardless of background.
Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Champion Sue Owen on the shortlist for being announced for this year's Diversity Awards.
Jeremy Heywood welcomes the creation of a cross-government advisory panel to help departments design and carry out effective policy trials – and find out what works.
Jeremy Heywood pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II as she becomes our longest-serving monarch.