Having been recognised on the FT/Timewise Part-time Power List, Cabinet Office's Deborah Brooks (right) extols the benefits of job sharing.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, looks at the benefits of the Quarterly Data Summary - how it improves decision making and transparency.
Kieron Boyle, who heads up the Cabinet Office team on social investment, describes how the new technology in Cabinet Office is enabling his team to work differently.
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David Hancock, Head of Construction for the Government Construction Team, talks about how the Project Delivery Profession relates to the world of government construction.
Simon Case, Director General, Implementation Group at the Cabinet Office, talks about the challenges and benefits of managing an SCS job share.
Olaf Dudley from the Domestic Procurement Policy team in the Crown Commercial Service talks about his career in the Army Reserve.
Emma Gawen and Jo Power from the Cabinet Office recently ran the D5 London Summit. Here Emma gives us a behind-the-scenes look.
To celebrate Trafalgar Day we've dug into the archives to find out what life is like as a Royal Navy reserve, and how the skills learned in the Reserve Forces are transferrable to the Civil Service.
When the Government Office network was abolished, and we both applied for the same position in the newly created Local Intelligence Team in the office of Civil Society (Cabinet Office), we were offered the post on a job-share basis. We are part of a team of 9, with 1 colleague based in each of the other 7 English regions and we have an outward facing role, engaging with stakeholders from voluntary and community sector organisations, local authorities and business across the whole of the South West.