In the first post in his Race Champion Blog, Richard Heaton introduces Sam Balch, who writes about breaking down barriers to conversations about race between people from different backgrounds.
Guest blog from Martin Donnelly, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, who discusses the progress his department are making in gender diversity.
Una O'Brien discusses the highlights from this year's Civil Service Awards and thanks those who helped make the Awards a success.
Sir Jeremy Heywood thanks civil servants for taking part in the People Survey and discusses the results.
Who won what at last night's Civil Service Awards? Find out now, and get all the social media reaction to the evening's events.
With only 3 days to go until this year's Civil Service Awards, we caught up with a few of the shortlisted entrants to find out what being nominated means to their teams.
Talent Action Plan is only the first piece in the jigsaw, now it's your chance to influence the next steps of the policy. Sir Jeremy encourages us all to get involved.
Think you know the social media pitfalls facing civil servants online? Anthony Simon Head of Digital Communications for the Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet Office highlights 7 things to avoid.
Belinda Crompton from DWP explains how even the smallest work task can have large commercial costs, and how switching from post to scanning is saving money.
Sir Nicholas Macpherson, Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury talks about the important role the Civil Service played in the First World War.
Sir Jeremy Heywood discusses what civil servants at all grades can do to improve their commercial skills.