Emma Lindsell and Isobel Stephen describe how bringing funding arrangements for UK research together under a single body, UK Research and Innovation, will enhance excellence and effectiveness in a field where the nation’s reputation is already high.
Making organisations work well
ARNOLD, the Government Communication Service’s very first robot, is making a huge difference to the speed and effectiveness of communications between the Department for Education and the public.
As Government Actuary Martin Clarke explains, experts in his department make a vital contribution to issues ranging from the cost of pensions, to amounts paid out in personal injury claims, and planning financial assistance for those affected by natural disasters.
Tamsin Growney describes the depth and breadth of work required to ready Defra for EU Exit, and how this has influenced the way the department sees itself operating in the future.
Twenty years after the creation of devolved administrations in Scotland and Wales, and the establishment of a new Northern Ireland Assembly, Welsh Government Permanent Secretary Shan Morgan sets out 10 things she has learned about devolution.
Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni looks at how the principles of Smarter Working are supporting the creation of a brilliant Civil Service.
Mark Carney takes questions on a range of challenges facing the Bank of England, from preparations for Brexit, to improving diversity and inclusion, and exploiting the potential in emerging technologies.
The annual Civil Service Awards recognise inspirational individuals and innovative projects and encourage best practice. Some of the 2018 winners talk about their work and what winning means to them.
Dr Patrick Vallance, the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, challenges policy-makers not to forget the contribution that scientists and scientific evidence can make to solving policy problems.
How the Civil Service's biggest learning and development event is going to the next level.