Today's publication of an international guide to managing public sector fraud shows the UK driving its innovative work in this area not only at home but with its global partners.
Zamila Bunglawala explains the thinking behind a movement to exploit the full potential of data.
Do you know what actuaries do and why they are so important? Government Actuary Martin Clarke explains.
Ben Merrick, Civil Service champion for visually impaired people, uses the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to tell us what he's been up to in 2018, and what a positive attitude and making sure he gets the support he needs has done for him.
Department for International Development Permanent Secretary Matthew Rycroft sets out the challenges and opportunities for government in harnessing the potential of technology.
Civil Service diversity champions Sue Owen and Philip Rutnam combine to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS.
On Carers Rights Day, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how the Civil Service can support the tens of thousands of civil servants who identify themselves as carers.
Zamila Bunglawala shares her personal memories of Jeremy Heywood.
Read an abridged version of Clare Moriarty's address at the Armistice Day service remembering all those, including civil servants, who died in the First World War.
The Department for Education is beginning a new 'conversation' with its 6,000 staff on more user-centred ways of working and understanding what learners really need, as Permanent Secretary Jonathan Slater explains.
In the week of International Men’s Day, we hear about men leading by example to promote the benefits of job sharing for everyone.