Sir Jeremy calls the Talent Action Plan one of the "most important documents and policies we have published in the Civil Service in recent years." Read more of his thoughts on the plan.
Sir Jeremy Heywood introduces the Civil Service Talent Action Plan - a series of new measures to ensure the Civil Service is among the most female-friendly employers in the country, and where the most talented people succeed and reach the top positions, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality or disability.
Having been interviewed by the Institute for Government in Civil Service Quarterly, DWP & Social Justice's Pat Russell answered your questions in our latest #AskCivilService Twitter Q&A. This is what happened.
Emma Hopkins, Head of Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict at the Foreign Office, talks about her involvement with the global summit and #timetoact.
Every year, civil servants are tasked with delivering some of the UK’s most ambitious and transformative projects. Even a very quick scan of the Major Projects Authority (MPA’s) second annual report, published today, would leave you in little doubt of …