A year after his team won a Civil Service Award for the HMYOI Cookham Wood, Andrew Digby looks at how far the Building Information Modelling project has come.
Kathy Hall, Head of Implementation Unit at the Department of Health, looks at initiatives designed to make effective implementation of policy what this Parliament is all about.
Procrastinate, progress, preparation, palpitations, professional! HMRC's Peter Penney talks about the development path that took him to professional membership of RICS.
Alex Aiken, Executive Director for Government Communications, outlines the new Government Communications Plan and explains why it matters to us all.
As I think about changing roles and handing over to a successor, it is perhaps a time to reflect. Central Government spends approximately £45Bn per year ..... last year, this year, next year; that is a lot of money and …
John Manzoni explains the relationship between experience and skills behind the concept of "T-shaped" civil servants, which he will be talking about at Civil Service Live later this year.
In a guest post, TW3 Awards judge Alexi Marmot looks at how our workplace has changed since the Civil Service started, and where it's going.
Andrew Howarth's 35 years in government property have taught him that change in where and how we work is constant - the secret is to embrace it to help deliver the vision of a better, more empowered Civil Service.
Sherin Aminossehe, Head of the Government Property Profession, reflects on Government Property 2015: The next 10 years, and what it means for the GPP.
Building a more social network: Head of the Government Property Profession Sherin Aminossehe introduces the new GPP social networks to members.