Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton unveils the shortlisted nominations for this year’s Civil Service Awards and reminds us why they they are so important.
A Brilliant Civil Service
A range of blog posts illustrating the vision of:
A range of blog posts illustrating the vision of "A brilliant Civil Service that helps to keep the United Kingdom prosperous and secure, supporting the governments we serve in implementing their commitments and delivering high-quality services for the public."
In December, for the first time, the monthly award for 'A Brilliant Civil Service' will be framed around a specific initiative - activity by teams or individuals towards the Defra-backed Year of Green Action.
After two years promoting health and wellbeing in the Civil Service through Team Chaffinch, its outgoing leader, Gail Peck, sets out the six most important things she's learnt.
With just four weeks left before nominations for the 2019 Civil Service Awards close, Mark Sedwill says the awards are a fantastic opportunity to shine a light on some of the brilliant work of civil servants.
Minister for Implementation Oliver Dowden introduces the new Government Technology Innovation Strategy, designed to help us take advantage of new and emerging technologies and work better and smarter.
Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill pays tribute to all the recipients – including over 100 civil servants – of awards in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2019.
Mark Sedwill welcomes the findings of a new report on international civil service effectiveness.
Andrew Cullinane, of the Civil Service Careers website team, on how the platform has developed in its first half-year to offer more for users.
On the second anniversary of the 'A Brilliant Civil Service' Awards, Defra Permanent Secretary Clare Moriarty explains why they are important.
Civil Service Local's Academy programme gives civil servants around the country the opportunity to develop the confidence, contacts and skills they need to progress in their careers.