Jeremy Heywood describes his recent visit to Edinburgh, where he saw how civil servants are adapting to new developments in policy and technology.
Civil servants played a crucial role in the recent Northern Ireland talks, as Sir Jonathan Stephens, Permanent Secretary at the Northern Ireland Office, explains.
You might not associate foreign policy with devolution, but as FCO's Tim Hemmings shows, devolution is part of the context in which all government departments operate.
Sir Jeremy Heywood introduces the One Civil Service interchange scheme announced by Philip Rycroft (right) last week at Civil Service Live Edinburgh.
For civil servants, understanding devolution means needing to think less about the world of Whitehall and more about the world outside, says Richard Cornish.
Welsh Government Permanent Secretary Derek Jones recommends a new government interchange programme as an opportunity for civil servants in the four parts of the UK to learn from each other and improve policy-making and services.
Glenn Preston from the Scotland Office explains the varied role of a Territorial Office
Philip Rycroft introduces the new Civil Service capability resources for devolution and working with devolved administrations.
Sir Peter Housden looks the implications for the UK of the The Smith Commission report.
Sir Peter Housden, Permanent Secretary to the Scottish Government, discusses the aftermath of the Scottish Referendum.