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.
Sir Jonathan Stephens believes the motivation for doing a good job is as much about the environment you work in as it is about what you do.
The 2nd TW3 Awards celebrated great examples of smarter working taking place across government, but click here to find out who took home a coveted award
What's next for our Smart Working programme? Ahead of the TW3 Awards 2016 Cabinet Office's Bruce Mann outlines the plans and launches a smarter working British Standard.
Paul Cox from the Ministry of Justice explains how the department is using commuter hubs to cut down on commuting and cater for those who find it difficult to work from home.
Andrew Howarth's 35 years in government property have taught him that change in where and how we work is constant - the secret is to embrace it to help deliver the vision of a better, more empowered Civil Service.
Kristina Butterworth describes how an award-winning project is transforming the way the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) works by putting people first.
The Smarter Working team look back at last week's TW3 Awards, and highlight the best practice demonstrated by this year's winning departments.
This week we celebrated those departments who have successfully put into place large-scale smarter working practices with the inaugural TW3 Awards.