John Manzoni visited Nottingham recently to see for himself the benefits, challenges and opportunities of new, more collaborative ways of working between departments and local and national government.
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Jeremy Heywood congratulates the civil servants recognised in the New Year's Honours list.
Jeremy Heywood describes his recent visit to Edinburgh, where he saw how civil servants are adapting to new developments in policy and technology.
Mark Lowcock looks at how the Civil Service is becoming more productive and improving services in ways that make a positive difference to people's lives.
At every Civil Service Live event this year, we ran a Leadership Statement Competition, asking civil servants for their stories of inspiring, confident and empowering leaders whose example influenced them. Joe Williams, from the Leadership & Governance team, announces the winners.
Having experienced a peak of 2.9 million calls in the last 2 days of the tax return deadline, Ruth Owen looks at how HMRC embraced digital to make customers lives easier.
Interesting and varied work, with plenty of opportunities to develop your career and skills - Shasta Yaqub tells us why she joined #OurCivilService.
How should our leaders behave under pressure? Graham Black, a deputy director at HMRC, talks about the importance of leading by example in good times and bad.
Procrastinate, progress, preparation, palpitations, professional! HMRC's Peter Penney talks about the development path that took him to professional membership of RICS.
Janet Hill, Programme Director for the Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Team reports back from a highly successful night at the ENEI Awards for Civil Service teams.