As we launch the 2016 Civil Service Live Innovation Challenge, one of last year's winners describes their project and the impact the prize has had on their work to curb the incidence of an abhorrent crime.
Home Office Permanent Secretary Mark Sedwill looks at crime prevention in the digital age.
Jeremy Heywood congratulates the civil servants recognised in the New Year's Honours list.
In our latest interview around the Leadership Statement, Thomas Cleaver talks about his work with the People's Forum at UK Visas & Immigration to improve leadership and address the results of the People Survey.
To mark the tenth anniversary of the Civil Service Awards, The Queen visited Marsham Street to meet Home Office and DCLG staff and honour the work of civil servants.
UK National Statistician John Pullinger says collaboration between civil servants is behind government progress in making smarter use of data. He urges more to enter a competition that encourages the development of data science.
Ian Marson, Assistant Director UK Visas and Immigration, was shortlisted for the Leadership Award in last year's Civil Service Awards. He discusses some of the attributes he believes helps make a great leader.
Civil Service LGB&T champion Sue Owen talks about the recent Stonewall Top 100 Employers List, and the ways we're trying to support our staff.
The Home Office Permanent Secretary, Mark Sedwill, looks at the wider pressures we face in 2015 and what his department will be focusing on this year.
Mark Sedwill, Permanent Secretary of the Home Office explains why we should think differently about overseas work, and how it can impact on the UK.