For National Apprenticeship Week, we asked two colleagues, Natasa and Marcel, what attracted them to an apprenticeship in the Government Property Profession, and what they are getting out of it.
A range of blogs illustrating the theme of the same name, one of the four supporting pillars of the vision of A Brilliant Civil Service.
The strapline for this theme is: "A brilliant Civil Service, made up of skilled people who are high-performing, adaptable and take personal responsibility."
The three other pillars of the vision are: Improved outcomes; Effective leaders; A great place to work.
The Department for International Trade's Cindy Kim was the recipient of the Civil Service Award in a new category for 2019, Rising Star.
Paula Holbrook-Witt, of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, won the Inspirational Leadership Award for her work in supporting people with a hearing disability in the workplace.
The second of our blog posts around the 2019 Civil Service Awards focuses on Mairi Macneil, winner of the Citizenship Award.
Joel Glover explains the process of engagement and relationship building with prospective suppliers of learning and development products for Civil Service Learning 2020.
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.
Marco Salzedo explains why, at a crucial time for contract management in government, civil servants at all grades should consider the contract management capability training offered by the Civil Service, now including a Foundation level course.
Gareth Davies sets out the questions that the policy profession must answer to shape how it will operate in the years ahead.
Minister for Implementation Oliver Dowden introduces the new Government Technology Innovation Strategy, designed to help us take advantage of new and emerging technologies and work better and smarter.
In Learning at Work Week, Dionne Corradine reminds us that learning takes many forms, and we all have our personal preferences for how we learn – but the important thing is to do it.