When Keela Shackell-Smith was rocked by her mum’s death, she founded The Grief Cafe to bring bereaved staff together, and her subsequent blog struck a chord with you. Now she’s back, determined to help staff who lost loved ones during …
Foot and Mouth, Bird 'Flu and now Ebola. David Harris and his team of civil servants stand at the forefront of stopping these diseases spreading in the UK.
Liam Maxwell from GDS explains what this week's D5 conference is all about, and why the UK is a digital world leader.
Una O'Brien, Permanent Secretary at the Department of Health discusses what support is available to those in the Civil Service affected by mental health problems.
Catch up with all the social media reaction to the guest speakers Richard Heaton, Deborah Bronnert, Sarah Healey, Sarah Hill and Jenny Dibden.
David Blackall, acting CEO of the Major Projects Authority, explains why we all need to deliver projects more efficiently, from small-scale programmes to building new roads and hospitals.
Sir Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni discuss what the Autumn Statement means for the Civil Service.
As part of #GivingTuesday, the Department of Health's Paul Betts talks about putting his Dementia Friends skills to good use at the biggest sporting event of the year.
Young people talk about their experiences shadowing some of our senior leaders during Takeover Day.
Guest blog from Sir Derek Jones, Permanent Secretary of the Welsh Government, outlines why he is supporting White Ribbon Day.
Sir Jeremy Heywood highlights the What Work Network's key achievements to date and outlines 3 actions he would like policy-making civil servants to take.