Celebrating some of the winners of the 2019 Civil Service Awards and their brilliant work.
Articles written by Home Office staff about the department and projects it is involved in.
A new competition-led approach for creating solutions to some of the defence and security challenges of the 21st century.
We asked Home Office data scientist Aimee Murphy what attracted her to the Civil Service and how she is using and developing her skills.
Every civil servant now gets five days of special leave a year to volunteer. In this article, Andrea Lee, Deputy Director of Strategy at the Department of Health, shows how government economists and analysts are using their professional skills to volunteer in an impactful way – helping third sector and public sector organisations in need of their particular expertise and experience.
Crime in general has fallen, but thieves are still targeting mobile phones. The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) has
developed a risk index to keep consumers informed and even prevent crimes before they happen. Simon Ruda, Ed Bradon and David Halpern from BIT show us how they did it.
Women everywhere should have the right to decide when and whether they have children. No child should be malnourished – undermining their health and future potential. Together we can wipe killer diseases like malaria and TB off the face of the …
Ten years after 23 untrained and inexperienced cockle pickers were drowned at Morecambe Bay, Paul Fearn of the Gangmasters Licensing Authority tells how the organisation continues to tackle the exploitation of workers, and how the recent move of the organisation …