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Civil Service Awards 2013

Posted on July 19, 2013, in Front page news, GCN

There is just one week to go to put in your nominations in for the Civil Service Awards. Outstanding work is done by the Civil Service each day, but can often go unrecognised. The Civil Service Awards are the opportunity.

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Civil Service Reform – one year on

Posted on July 10, 2013, in Front page news, GCN, Working in Government

Today sees the publication of the Civil Service Reform Plan: One Year On report. Britain is in a global race and to compete we need a world-class, 21st Century Civil Service supporting the wellbeing, security and prosperity of the country. Following.

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Go South West!

Posted on July 8, 2013, in Front page news, GCN, Guest Blog, with 0 comments

Two fascinating GCN conferences down and one thing is clear, exceptional government communications isn’t just a Whitehall aspiration. It’s a nationwide ambition shared by those government communicators who have made the trip to London in the past week. But we.

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Untangling the Alphabetti Spaghetti of government comms

Posted on July 4, 2013, in Front page news, GCN, Strategic Communications, with 1 comment

Last week’s first GCN conference of the summer was an opportunity to celebrate some great successes in government communications, and discuss some of the challenges we face over the months and years ahead. I won’t give away too much as.

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Revised form and guidance for communications requests

Posted on July 2, 2013, in Forms, Front page news, GCN, Guidance, with 0 comments

A revised form and comprehensive guidance for all advertising, marketing and communications requests over £100,000 is being introduced. All government departments and arm’s length bodies will be required to use the revised form from Autumn 2013.  Any requests submitted for.

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