Sir Chris Wormald introduces the 20th edition of Civil Service Quarterly, which features several articles focusing on the work of the Civil Service to prepare for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.
Chris Wormald introduces the 19th edition of Civil Service Quarterly, and pays tribute to the late Lord Heywood, whose idea CSQ was.
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.
In this the 17th edition of Civil Service Quarterly, we consider the role of cross-government functions in supporting improvements in the delivery of policy and services. For example, we look at how the Commercial Function helped government tackle the collapse of Carillion; and how collaboration between multiple departments and agencies was critical to the clean-up after the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
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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 this special Diversity & Inclusion edition of Civil Service Quarterly, introduced by Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Champion Sue Owen.
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.