Now more than ever, smarter working approaches are needed to help the Civil Service deliver public services in a safe and effective way. Across government, many people are working from home by default, and only where necessary are there people …
Sue Owen reflects on Civil Service celebrations of LGBT History Month, how far we have come and how much remains to be done to show those thinking of joining that the Civil Service is an inclusive employer
Lin Homer explores why leadership is vital for all levels of the Civil Service, and looks at how HMRC are supporting staff developing these skills.
Crown Commercial Services' Andie Beavan talks about her job helping SMEs improve government procurement.
Dr Melody Clark from the British Antarctic Survey answers your questions about her career, government science and life in the Antarctic.
Una O'Brien looks at the links between health and work, and what we can all do to improve workplace health.
Jo Fiddian and Sarah Rose tell us how they manage their job share partnership as Deputy Directors on the Reform Programme for HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS).
Cabinet Office's David Gigg is on a year's secondment to Movement to Work, a programme supported by some of the country's largest employers - including the Civil Service - that is helping young people into jobs by providing high-quality work experience.
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.
The UK is the 7th most generous country in the world. So how can we best mobilise the fantastic generosity and skill of citizens to empower communities and complement public services, asks the Social Action Team's Rob Pomfret.
Whatever the outcome of the General Election, the Civil Service needs to be ready. Sir Jeremy Heywood talks about the role of the service during this period.