Operational Delivery is the Civil Service’s largest profession. In this article, James Bishop sets out the innovative work now taking place to help the profession’s 280,000 members learn new skills, progress their careers and ensure the Civil Service has the right operational capabilities for times of crisis and beyond.
What's in the latest edition of Civil Service Quarterly? Sir Jeremy takes a look at the great work done by civil servants in issue 7.
This year, our blog has covered more topics and discussed more issues than ever before. We’ve picked our most popular blog posts this year that merit a second sampling. Social media myths exploded It’s been with us for some time, …
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service announces the sixth edition of Civil Service Quarterly. He highlights the key articles in this edition and thanks authors and the editorial board for their hard work on this edition.
Levying a carrier bag charge in Wales is benefitting the environment, local charities and retailers - and all for just 5p a bag! Matthew Quinn from the Welsh Government explains how.
Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England talks about how they are doing things differently to help people make informed lifestyle choices.
Having been interviewed by the Institute for Government in Civil Service Quarterly, DWP & Social Justice's Pat Russell answered your questions in our latest #AskCivilService Twitter Q&A. This is what happened.
Liz Ditchburn, Director of Policy at the Department for International Development (DFID), and John O’Brien, Director of Safeguarding at the Home Office tell Civil Service Quarterly how their departments helped organise Girl Summit.
Armed with only a copy of Civil Service Quarterly's recent article on Making Things Happen at the Implementation Unit, Deputy Director @CDMullin answered questions about the team, and what it does.