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The 2nd TW3 Awards celebrated great examples of smarter working taking place across government, but click here to find out who took home a coveted award
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.
Kristina Butterworth describes how an award-winning project is transforming the way the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) works by putting people first.
James Norton, Director of Civil Service Resourcing, talks about the various schemes running for young people to join or experience working in the Civil Service.
Having been recognised on the FT/Timewise Part-time Power List, Cabinet Office's Deborah Brooks (right) extols the benefits of job sharing.
The Smarter Working team look back at last week's TW3 Awards, and highlight the best practice demonstrated by this year's winning departments.
This week we celebrated those departments who have successfully put into place large-scale smarter working practices with the inaugural TW3 Awards.
What does 'transforming the way we work' mean to civil servants? The Smarter Working team shine a light on their work of the last 18 months.
Sir Simon Fraser, Civil Service Diversity Champion, congratulates the four Civil Service teams that won Race for Opportunity Awards.