The open data consultation asks the public, businesses and other interested parties for their views on how we might enhance a ‘right to data’ from public service providers and how providers might be held to account for delivering open data.
The Government’s plans to reform public service pensions, to ensure they remain sustainable for the future, have progressed further with the launch of a new consultation.
The two week Whitehall Internship programme aimed at talented students from under-represented groups officially opened today.
The first ever public sector mutual joint venture has been officially created, offering over 475 staff at My Civil Service Pension (MyCSP) co-ownership of their organisation.
New support for England’s largest cities to boost growth, including the appointment of a dedicated Minister for Cities, Greg Clark.
First centrally managed contract awarded by Government Procurment expected to save £21 million.
Today, Baroness Warsi, Minister without Portfolio delivered a keynote speech at the launch of this year's Srebrenica Summer School, an international programme for graduate research into issues such as transitional justice, genocide and post-conflict studies. She will then lay a wreath at the commemoration of victims of the Srebrenica massacre.
Oliver Letwin's Commons statement on the Open Public Services White Paper.
The Prime Minister has set out the need for reform and modernisation of our public services, to ensure everyone has the choice and control of the services they use, and bring an end to the top down get what you're given culture.
As part of the Government’s continuing commitment to open up our public services and in advance of the Open Public Services White Paper, the Prime Minister today committed to publishing key data on the National Health Service, schools, criminal courts and transport.