Governemnt's response to NAO report on Managing staff costs in central government.
Review of Government direct communication and the role of the COI calls for views of industry experts.
A discussion paper on applying behavioural insight to health has been published today by the Cabinet Office.
New Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) comes into effect.
Some of the most senior and experienced leaders from across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors have been appointed as Non-Executive Board Members (NEBMs) to Whitehall Boards.
Government invites experts to submit their ideas for public service reform.
Francis Maude announces review of the Central Office of Information (COI) and coordination of cross-department marketing and communications.
The Government is set to roll out new ‘Rights to Provide’ across public services so that employers will be expected to accept suitable proposals from front line staff who want to take over and run their services as mutual organisations.
Prime Minister David Cameron, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the head of the civil service, the Cabinet Secretary Gus O’Donnell have launched business plans that set out in detail the work of Government for the next four years.
Ministers have pledged to open up new opportunities in public services for charities, voluntary groups and social enterprises.