This week we are featuring blog posts on all the 2019 Civil Service Award winners. Here, we celebrate the civil servants who won the Policy and Use of Evidence Award for their work on the Scottish Government's Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest strategy.
In our series of blog posts celebrating the winners of the 2019 Civil Service Awards, we focus on the Ministry of Justice's Offender Accommodation Pilot Project, which won the Collaboration Award.
We kick off our Week of Winners coverage of the recipients of 2019 Civil Service Awards with the Home Office's Midlands Intake Unit, winners of the Public Service Award.
Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton unveils the shortlisted nominations for this year’s Civil Service Awards and reminds us why they they are so important.
On World Homeless Day, Catherine Bennion talks about the collaboration between civil servants, local authorities and external experts to support the homeless.
Mark Sedwill welcomes the findings of a new report on international civil service effectiveness.
Working in operations within the Civil Service was not something that Iain Mackinnon ever planned, but he has no regrets.
Sir Andrew Dilnot discusses the potential of geospatial data and his aims as the new Chair of the Geospatial Commission.
John Manzoni introduces the annual report on the efficiency and sustainability of the Government Estate.
The results of a pilot scheme by Crown Commercial Service and the Behavioural Insights Team to collect simple feedback from public sector buyers on certain purchases are both surprising and encouraging.