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Civil Service Live 2009

Civil Service Live 2009 has launched. Find out how to register and more...

Civil Service Live 2009

Gus O’Donnell’s visits

Gus O’Donnell is the head of the Civil Service and he regularly visits staff across departments.

On his last visit he visited Oxford to meet Civil Servants working at the Crown Prosecution Service and to speak to students at Oxford Brookes University

Find out more about the visits

Civil Service in the news


Prime Minister Gordon Brown  at The 2008 Civil Service Awards

Winners of the 2008 Civil Service Awards

Teams and individuals from across the country were honoured by the Prime Minister and the Cabinet Secretary in the third annual awards to recognise exceptional performance across government.


Amir Waseem

The Diversity and Equality Awards winners

The Civil Service Diversity and Equality Awards have been held in Birmingham to honour individuals and teams for outstanding achievement in promoting equality and diversity



Sir Gus O'Donnell

The Top 200 event: Civil Service Leaders focus on Place

This was the fifth meeting of the Top 200 group, and the theme for event was “place” and how important it is for central government to understand local issues when developing and delivering policies.


Civil Service Benevolent Fund Logo

Get your finances back on track

We know how extra pressures on the household budget can affect people, often through no fault of their own says the Civil Services own charity, The Civil Service Benevolent Fund.