In a guest post Nick Frate from the Canadian Revenue Agency talks about the things he's learned and life as a public servant in Canada.
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Think civil servants just sit behind desks in Whitehall? Think again, from working in the Space Agency to spending time knee deep in our rivers and streams, we're civil servants and here are a few of our interesting careers...
Mo Desai from DFID's Conflict Humanitarian and Security team (CHASE) team talks about his job getting UK humanitarian aid to crisis zones.
Crown Commercial Services' Andie Beavan talks about her job helping SMEs improve government procurement.
Cabinet Office's David Gigg is on a year's secondment to Movement to Work, a programme supported by some of the country's largest employers - including the Civil Service - that is helping young people into jobs by providing high-quality work experience.
Dr Alice Bunn, Director of Policy at the UK Space Agency, explains how space programmes have an impact on our daily lives in ways we don't even realise.
In the wake of the recent notifications of Bird Flu in the UK, David Harris from the Animal and Plant Health Agency updates his blog on how his team handle exotic diseases.
Advising on such diverse subjects as revenge pornography, female genital mutilation and modern slavery is just part of Sally Defriend's unusual Civil Service job at the Treasury Solicitor's Department.
2014 Volunteering Award-winner Richard Hill talks about his unusual career helping civil servants volunteer in their local communities.
Simon Swales from Dstl's award-winning Development Team talks about training people to solve puzzles, problems and messes.
Foot and Mouth, Bird 'Flu and now Ebola. David Harris and his team of civil servants stand at the forefront of stopping these diseases spreading in the UK.