There's another chance for civil servants to win a once-in-a-lifetime learning and development trip to California in the Civil Service Live 2016 Innovation Challenge.
Mark Lowcock looks at how the Civil Service is becoming more productive and improving services in ways that make a positive difference to people's lives.
Tim Scott from DCMS reflects on the learnings and success he had working with two private sector companies explaining IoT to colleagues at Civil Service Live.
If we are informing people or asking them to do something, we need to be clear in our communications. Civil Service Learning's Naomi Hill explains how CSL overhauled its email correspondence with learners to make booking classes easier.
Having experienced a peak of 2.9 million calls in the last 2 days of the tax return deadline, Ruth Owen looks at how HMRC embraced digital to make customers lives easier.
Ahead of his Civil Service Live presentation, CGI's Andrew Rogoyski looks at personal responsibilities and cyber security.
Have you or your team worked on a technological or digital innovation that has significantly improved a public service? The Civil Service Live Innovation Prize is looking for you.
Met Office CIO Charlie Ewen explains how improved market awareness and commercial know-how are cutting the cost of the weather services that we all rely on and ensuring they are always available when we need them.
From better collaboration to a greater visibility of staff contribution to projects, Catriona McGrath looks at the expected - and unexpected - benefits of COTT.
How efficient are you at keeping track of projects? A web-based app could help you work smarter and more collaboratively on projects of all sizes.