The Government’s proposals for ‘English Votes for English Laws’ will be debated in the Commons before the summer recess later this month. Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary and First Parliamentary Counsel Richard Heaton explains what the proposed changes mean for the Civil Service.
From better collaboration to a greater visibility of staff contribution to projects, Catriona McGrath looks at the expected - and unexpected - benefits of COTT.
Paul McCloghrie, who works in the Cabinet Office's Civil Contingencies Secretariat, is the first subject in a new series of 60-second interviews around the Leadership Statement, looking at successful leadership styles in different teams.
Matthew Hancock, the new Minister for the Cabinet Office, sets out his vision for the Civil Service.
Watching the 2014 London Marathon inspired Amy Allison to run this year's race. She explains why and what the experience meant to her.
How do you measure the effectiveness of other countries' civil services, and how do we stack up, asks Mark Lowcock
Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton talks about his role as Civil Service Race Champion and the importance of racial equality.
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.
Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton and Tom Read, Transformation Director, talk about why a new technology approach was needed.
The Cabinet Office's Goknur Ozer talks about her route to starting a career in the Civil Service using the Movement to Work scheme.