Cabinet Office's Lauren Roberts gives a personal view of the significance of Black History Month for diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service.
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At the start of Black History Month, Augustine ('Austin') Entonu writes about his own particular migration journey, from Nigeria to the UK - what he's learned and where he's headed.
Cabinet Office Health & Wellbeing Champion Charlie Edwards introduces Megan Phelps's account of living with anorexia.
Today's publication of an international guide to managing public sector fraud shows the UK driving its innovative work in this area not only at home but with its global partners.
Jeremy Heywood welcomes the work of a new Cabinet Office team that is reaching out to the academic community to help foster innovation in government.
Zamila Bunglawala describes her experience as a volunteer in Chad with charity Concern.
Fay Yeboah explains why, having been successful in the private sector, she moved into the Civil Service.
Jeremy Heywood welcomes the first publication of an index of the effectiveness of civil services around the world, which ranks the UK Civil Service fourth overall.
A new awards scheme recognises exceptional work by individuals or teams that supports the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service', as Jeremy Heywood explains.
Lesley Hume, head of the Fraud, Error & Debt team in Cabinet Office, explains how we can all help to counter fraud and safeguard taxpayers' money.