Robotics, or robotic process automation, are already in use in government and have the potential to help civil servants work more efficiently and effectively, and in more rewarding roles.
Making organisations work well
Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom MP underlines the importance of civil servants having the skills to support ministers on parliamentary business.
Tony Meggs, Chief Executive of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, suggests how we can avoid the pitfalls and improve the probability of successful delivery of government policy.
Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service Jeremy Heywood reflects on the contribution of the Civil Service to date in delivering on the EU referendum result.
Ciaran Martin, Chief Executive of the National Cyber Security Centre, outlines four measures already announced as part of the UK's Active Cyber Defence programme.
John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service, explains why - and how - the organisation is transforming the way it works and why it needs to accelerate the change.
In July 2017, the Government Communication Service (GCS) launched its second Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. We interviewed Selvin Brown, Director, Engagement and Policy, HSE, and GCS Diversity & Inclusion Champion, to put the strategy in context.
Head of the Civil Service Jeremy Heywood explains why diverse and inclusive workplaces are so important – particularly in the Civil Service.
Steve Darling, Head of Better Regulation at Defra, describes an innovative approach to managing the department's stock of legislation and the benefits of easier access to it.
Richard Banks, Head of the Policy Profession Support Unit, and Helen Anderson, Government Equalities Office, consider how the Civil Service can use knowledge-sharing to help policy professionals learn and develop.