The 18th edition of Civil Service Quarterly takes as its broad theme, public sector efficiency - from major infrastructure projects, to reform of the justice system, and government measures to counter fraud.
Sir Chris Wormald
Chris Wormald was appointed Permanent Secretary at the Department of Health in May 2016.
Welcome to this 16th edition of Civil Service Quarterly, which covers a wide range of subjects, from Brexit preparations to prison officer recruitment, and from avoiding the policy 'Valley of Death' to the use of robotics in government.
Welcome to this 15th edition of Civil Service Quarterly (CSQ), which takes as its main theme, security in government.
Welcome to issue 14 of Civil Service Quarterly, which takes as its theme 'Economics in government'. We open with a feature from Treasury economists Henry Shennan and Dominic Muir, who use a series of charts to illustrate the UK productivity challenge.
Welcome to issue 13 of Civil Service Quarterly, which takes as its theme 'Data in government'. We open with a feature from John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service and Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary, on how government is changing to exploit the vast potential of data.
Welcome to Issue 12 of Civil Service Quarterly. We open this edition with a feature from Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service, on how the Civil Service is rising to the challenge of Brexit.
Welcome to Issue 11 of Civil Service Quarterly, our in-house journal dedicated to opening up the UK Civil Service to greater collaboration, challenge and innovation. We open this edition with a feature from Martin Donnelly, Permanent Secretary at the Department …
Our Editor and Permanent Secretary for the Department for Education, Chris Wormald introduces issue 10.
Welcome to the ninth edition of Civil Service Quarterly. In this, the first issue since the General Election, we focus on how teams across Government are taking bold, new approaches to tackling some of the biggest issues we face, as …
Welcome to the eighth edition of Civil Service Quarterly. A key theme running through this issue is that technological advancements are changing the way we live and work: ‘A revolution on our roads’ explores a future in which cars drive themselves; …