News on the topic of Civil Service

Cabinet Office statement on industrial action – 8am

The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, made a statement this morning about today’s industrial action.

Wed, 30/11/2011

Francis Maude statement on 30 November industrial action

Minster for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude made an oral statement in the House of Commons in relation to today’s industrial action.

Wed, 30/11/2011

UK remains open for business – with only just over a quarter of civil servants joining the strike

Francis Maude: “I want to thank the majority of dedicated and committed public sector workers who have turned up to work today to deliver essential services.”

Wed, 30/11/2011

UK remains open for business as vast majority of public servants ignore call to strike - evening update

Official Government figures on how public services were affected by industrial action today.

Wed, 30/11/2011

Cabinet Office statement on industrial action – 11am

The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, issued a statement at 11am on today’s industrial action.

Wed, 30/11/2011

Largest staff attitude survey in UK shows majority of civil servants positive about their work

Results of the 2011 Civil Service People Survey were published today.

Wed, 23/11/2011

Sir Bob Kerslake announced as new Head of the Civil Service

Sir Bob Kerslake, Permanent Secretary of the Department for Communities and Local Government, has been appointed Head of the Civil Service.

Tue, 15/11/2011

Government spend slashed by £60 million on staff costs and Government Procurement Cards as more data opened up for first ever time

As part of its commitment to drive out unnecessary costs and make the UK a world leader in transparency, Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, has announced the Government has reduced its spend on Government Procurement cards  and bonuses by £60 million and published a wealth of new information.

Thu, 27/10/2011

Call to action for public sector workers to help deliver public services quicker, cheaper, simpler

All public sector workers are being given a chance to have their say by logging onto the new Tell us How website and sharing their ideas on ways to deliver public services, quicker, cheaper and simpler.

Tue, 25/10/2011

Shake-up of Civil Service Training

Reforms are now underway to make Civil Service training more modern, efficient and cost-effective the Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, announced today.

Thu, 13/10/2011

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