A range of blogs illustrating the theme of the same name, one of the four supporting pillars of the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service'.
The strapline for this theme is: "A brilliant Civil Service will provide efficient, trusted services designed around user need to deliver improved outcomes for the country."
The three other pillars are: Effective leaders; Skilled people; A great place to work.
The Voluntary Pricing and Access Scheme Negotiating Team in the Department of Health and Social Care and NHS England received the Commercial Award for securing a five-year deal to accelerate the uptake of new innovative medicines for NHS patients.
The Troubled Families Evaluation and Policy Team at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government won the Innovation & Science Award for their pioneering evaluation work on the Troubled Families programme.
In our Week of Winners, we look at the Defra recipients of the 2019 Civil Service Award for Project Delivery Excellence and the work that won them this recognition.
The award-winning team behind HM Passport Office's Digital Customer Service replaced a complex, multi-section paper form with an online application designed to make application easier, quicker and more accurate.
The latest post in our series on 2019 Civil Service Award winners looks at the team in the Welsh Government who won the Communication & Engagement Award.
This week we are featuring blog posts on all the 2019 Civil Service Award winners. Here, we celebrate the civil servants who won the Policy and Use of Evidence Award for their work on the Scottish Government's Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest strategy.
In our series of blog posts celebrating the winners of the 2019 Civil Service Awards, we focus on the Ministry of Justice's Offender Accommodation Pilot Project, which won the Collaboration Award.
Joel Glover explains the process of engagement and relationship building with prospective suppliers of learning and development products for Civil Service Learning 2020.
On World Homeless Day, Catherine Bennion talks about the collaboration between civil servants, local authorities and external experts to support the homeless.
Working in operations within the Civil Service was not something that Iain Mackinnon ever planned, but he has no regrets.