Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service announces the sixth edition of Civil Service Quarterly. He highlights the key articles in this edition and thanks authors and the editorial board for their hard work on this edition.
Civil Service Leaders
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service talks about the strike action planned by the PCS union on Wednesday 15 October.
Sir Simon Fraser, Permanent Secretary at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Civil Service Diversity Champion congratulates the winners from last Friday's Civil Service Diversity and Equality Awards and outlines the priority areas going forward.
Ursula Brennan, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Justice looks at how the Civil Service and the Ministry of Justice are celebrating the important work civil servants are doing to increase diversity in the Civil Service.
Sir Peter Housden, Permanent Secretary to the Scottish Government, discusses the aftermath of the Scottish Referendum.
Sir Jeremy Heywood gives his thoughts on the 'Civil Service Reform: Progress Report' and welcomes John Manzoni into his new job as Chief Executive of the Civil Service.
The new Chief Executive talks about the future and why he thinks the Civil Service is perfectly placed to meet these challenges.
Robert Devereux, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Work and Pensions discusses how civil servants are transforming public services to make a real difference to the lives of the British people.
Sir Jeremy Heywood encourages civil servants to engage with the consultation launched today on the leadership strategy.
Sir Jeremy Heywood discusses how technology is driving change in the Civil Service.