Over the past 12 months, the majority of civil servants have worked from home, but the world of work is fast changing with hybrid working on the way reports Brian Stanislas. The ‘Moving Forwards Towards Hybrid Working’ session being delivered …
Now more than ever, smarter working approaches are needed to help the Civil Service deliver public services in a safe and effective way. Across government, many people are working from home by default, and only where necessary are there people …
Nominations for the Smarter Working Live 2020 awards are now open. Past winners tell us what winning has meant for their organisations, and have some tips on making an effective application.
Richard Graham charts the background to the Smarter Working initiative in the Civil Service and highlights the deadline for nominations for the 2019 Smarter Working Awards.
John Manzoni introduces the annual report on the efficiency and sustainability of the Government Estate.
Michael Parsons, Director General, Government Property, describes how the Government Estate is changing to prepare for future, smarter, ways of working.
Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni welcomes the progress in increasing the efficiency and sustainability of property in the government estate.
Following the announcement of the new Government Hub at Canary Wharf, John Manzoni encourages nominations for The Way We Work (TW3) Awards celebrating the transformation of Civil Service work and workplaces.
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.
John Manzoni visited Nottingham recently to see for himself the benefits, challenges and opportunities of new, more collaborative ways of working between departments and local and national government.