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News Archive: 2007
Stories from 2008
- Government Departments On Track to Meet Challenges of the Future. The Cabinet Office has published the first three new Capability Review reports which outline the progress made by three government departments – the Home Office, Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) – since their performance was first assessed two years ago.
- Understanding public sector productivity
- Leading journalists give evidence to government communications inquiry
- Government data handling procedures scrutinised
- Adapting to climate change website
- Read about and watch the launch of the Diversity Strategy
- Government computer systems to go carbon neutral
- Civil Service Diversity and Equality Awards, nominations closing soon [External website]
- Launch of the Sciencewise Expert Resource Centre
- Lords launch inquiry into government communications
- ‘How Public Service Advertising Works’ COI and IPA publish book on effectiveness
- CSSC Sports & Leisure Volunteer of the Year 2007
- Nominate for the Civil Service Awards and help the Civil Service Benevolent Fund in the process
- The online participation guidelines are a quick reference for Civil servants to bear in mind when communicating through social media.
- Gus O'Donnell, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Home Civil Service, got on his bike during Volunteersí Week to celebrate the good work of the Thames Chase Bike Project
- National School of Government conference explores the challenges of delivering public services through cross-departmental Public Service Agreements.
- The Senior Salaries Review Body has published its 30th report on senior salaries within Government [External website]
- Crown Prosecution Service shows the way in the international fight against corruption
- 5th June 2008 was World Environment Day
- Have a look at what civil servants up and down the country are up to and how their hard work and volunteering makes a difference
- Greater role for Parliament in key public appointments
- A new on-line 'Rapid Evidence Assessment Toolkit', produced by the Government Social Research Unit has been launched.
- Contribute your thoughts on the Government's 2008-09 draft legislative programme
- Workshops for policy makers
- This week is Adult Learners' Week Draft Diversity Strategy Published
- Protecting Civil Service values
- Putting Civil Service values into statute
- Nominations now open for the Civil Service Diversity and Equality Awards 2008
- The annual Butler Trust Awards recognise excellence and innovation by people working with offenders across the UK.
- A pilot scheme aimed at making the Civil Service "the employer of choice in the West Midlands" has been launched.
- A strategy committing leaders in the civil service and Armed Forces to work together on common skills issues has been launched.
- The Compact has been launched which sets out how the 'centre' will work in future with other departments
- LIVE – Inspiring and showcasing the best in innovation
- Stories from Civil Service Live
- Britain a springboard for growth, says UKTI marketing chief
- Civil Servants' expertise must be utilised - chief executives
- Cleveland urges staff 'to keep raising the bar'
- Corporate Responsibility - changing fashion or fashioning change?
- First into the Lions Lair
- Introducing Civil Service West Midlands
- Making the Civil Service a great place to work
- NI peace process 'the ultimate cross-cutting project', says award winner
- Protecting Our Borders
- The write stuff for a winning speech
- DFID minister salutes role of civil servants
- Diversity in the spotlight
- Employment tips from the Civil Service Commissioners
- Joining up government
- Public Services in the future
- Learning to lead
- Keynote speech - Sir Gus O'Donnell
- Operational Delivery
- Involving disabled people in policy making
- Number one employer for Muslims
- Rebels with a cause
- “Feel inspired“ about 2012, Jowell tells civil servants
- The Government announces a commitment to cutting carbon emissions
- Volunteer and get your pension paid
- In focus: details on just a few of the inspiring sessions at Civil Service Live
- What is Civil Service Live?
- The use of bottled water for meetings and other official business is to be phased out across Government by the summer.
- National School of Government’s has hosted the Fourth International Women’s Conference
- National School of Government publishes 2008 & 2009 portfolio
- The Central Office of Information (COI) has today announced that it will no longer supply plastic bags for use in government marketing campaigns.
- Find out more about Civil Service Live including key speakers
- Civil Service sickness absence report published
- More details announced for learning and development programme at Civil Service Live