Graham Pendlebury hails the success of the first four-nation 'policy lab' event in the UK, and looks forward to repeating the experience.
Moving at speed from the Smith Commission recommendations, to a Bill, to an Act has been "a challenge and an historic achievement" for the hundreds of civil servants involved in the devolution of new powers to Scotland.
The achievement of civil servants in bringing electoral registration into the 21st century hasn't received the attention it deserves, says Philip Rycroft.
Welsh Government Permanent Secretary Sir Derek Jones welcomes the first "Four Nations" policy profession meeting to exchange experience and best practice in policy-making.
Scottish Government and DWP Permanent Secretaries Leslie Evans and Robert Devereux look at the future of joint working under devolution.
Do you know which was the first legislative body to have equal numbers of male and female members? Find out this and other fascinating facts thrown up by Devolution Learning Week.
This is Devolution Learning Week. As Andy Robinson from the Department of Transport says, being more informed can allay any fears about what it means for you.
What's it like working in other administrations? Louise and Rob, from the Scottish and Welsh governments, took part in the first-ever One Civil Service Interchange Shadowing Week and tell us what they learned.
On St David's Day, Jeff Lloyd from the Wales Office gives a Welsh perspective on devolution and its impact on civil servants.
"To be truly effective in today’s Civil Service in the UK means ‘getting’ devolution" Philip Rycroft puts devolution into context and signposts where you can get help.