Civil Service Awards Champion Richard Heaton gives his three main reasons for loving the awards and explains why we should all think about nominating someone this year.
Liz Ditchburn, Director of Policy at the Department for International Development (DFID), and John O’Brien, Director of Safeguarding at the Home Office tell Civil Service Quarterly how their departments helped organise Girl Summit.
With less than a week to go to nominate, Una O’Brien, one of this year's judges, offers some last minute advice.
Luo Nan from the British Embassy in Beijing talks about what it felt like to win the Analysis and Use of Evidence award at last year's ceremony.
Sir Jeremy Heywood introduces the latest edition of Civil Service Quarterly (CSQ), and talks through the editorial process for choosing articles.
With only two weeks to go until the awards window closes, Sir Bob takes to camera to encourage us all to nominate our teams' for this year's Civil Service Awards.
The third and biggest (so far) Civil Service Live learning event took place in Newcastle last week (3 July). Check out our Flickr album and read all the social media reaction to some tough questions in our Storify round-up.
Jill Walker, whose team won the Communication Award in 2013 tells us what difference winning has made to the perception of her team.
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Verity Prime from the Jobshare Working Group reports on the inaugural Jobshare event, hosted by Sir Bob Kerslake in June 2014.
London was painted in the colours of the rainbow over the weekend, as the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* communities and allies came together for ‘Pride in London’.