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750 apprenticeships in government open for applications

750 apprenticeships in government open for applications

Applications have opened for 750 'Fast Track' apprenticeships in government, with a closing deadline of 3 April 2017.

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Celebrating Women in Whitehall: Her Majesty The Queen meets Female Permanent Secretaries

Celebrating Women in Whitehall: Her Majesty The Queen meets Female Permanent Secretaries

Female permanent secretaries gather to celebrate the diversity and senior female leadership of the Civil Service with Her Majesty The Queen.

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Chris Skidmore meets with students to encourage democratic participation in the West Midlands

Chris Skidmore meets with students to encourage democratic participation in the West Midlands

Minister for the Constitution Chris Skidmore talked about ways to increase voter registration in the run-up to the mayoral elections.

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Government announces efficiency savings for 2015/16

Government announces efficiency savings for 2015/16

Government delivers £1.2 billion of operational savings and £2.1 billion of benefits from fraud measures, property asset sales and new commercial models.

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Government property reductions deliver billions to public purse

Government property reductions deliver billions to public purse

The government has reduced its estate by over 300,000 square metres delivering savings of £176 million in the last financial year.

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One Public Estate expands to help councils deliver 44,000 jobs and 25,000 homes

One Public Estate expands to help councils deliver 44,000 jobs and 25,000 homes

The One Public Estate programme expands to help almost three quarters of councils to deliver 44,000 jobs and 25,000 homes.

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Minister encourages students to make their voices heard in upcoming Mayoral elections

Minister encourages students to make their voices heard in upcoming Mayoral elections

Chris Skidmore continues his 'Every Voice Matters' tour today to better understand how to tackle barriers to voter registration in the UK.

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Government departments celebrate being at the forefront of smart working revolution

Government departments celebrate being at the forefront of smart working revolution

The winners of the third annual The Way We Work Awards (TW3) showcase the best examples of the Civil Service making government work better.

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UK Statistics Authority chair appointment

UK Statistics Authority chair appointment

Sir David Norgrove has been confirmed as the government’s preferred candidate for Chair of the UK Statistics Authority.

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2017 a big year from small businesses: Emma Jones blog

2017 a big year from small businesses: Emma Jones blog

Representative for small businesses Emma Jones outlines how we're making it easier for small businesses to win government contracts.

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Sunningdale sale: former national school of government sold for development

Sunningdale sale: former national school of government sold for development

The Cabinet Office has sold 70-acre Sunningdale Park in Berkshire to Berkeley Homes and Audley Retirement.

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Prime Minister’s Anti Corruption Champion visits Open Government Summit

Prime Minister’s Anti Corruption Champion visits Open Government Summit

Sir Eric Pickles has discussed the importance of transparency in exposing corruption, tackling white collar crime and stopping tax avoidance.

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East London office hub announced as part of plans for a more modern Civil Service

East London office hub announced as part of plans for a more modern Civil Service

The government is set to move around 5,700 full time civil and public servants from offices in Whitehall to East London.

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Small Business Saturday: top tips for selling to government

Small Business Saturday: top tips for selling to government

Crown Representative for Small Businesses, Emma Jones, gives her top tips for SMEs to sell to government.

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How the University of Sheffield is getting more students to register to vote

How the University of Sheffield is getting more students to register to vote

Today Chris Skidmore visited the University of Sheffield to see firsthand how an innovative project to encourage students to register to vote is having a direct impact.

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Government is open for business: new advisory panel

Government is open for business: new advisory panel

A panel of business experts from across the UK is meeting for the first time today under plans to boost government spending with small and medium sized enterprises.

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Digital Economy Bill: Codes of Practice

Digital Economy Bill: Codes of Practice

Codes of Practice to accompany data access measures in the Digital Economy Bill.

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Digital Economy Bill: Codes of Practice

Digital Economy Bill: Codes of Practice

Codes of Practice to accompany data access measures in the Digital Economy Bill.

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Dr David Halpern reappointed as What Works National Adviser

Dr David Halpern reappointed as What Works National Adviser

The Prime Minister has appointed Dr David Halpern as What Works National Adviser following an open competition.

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Minister champions a democracy that works for everyone in Scotland

Minister champions a democracy that works for everyone in Scotland

Today Chris Skidmore met Scottish Women’s Aid in Edinburgh to discuss making anonymous voter registration more accessible to survivors of domestic abuse.

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Cabinet Office’s fraud initiative has saved nearly £200 million for the taxpayer

Cabinet Office’s fraud initiative has saved nearly £200 million for the taxpayer

New figures out today from the National Fraud Initiative show that it has prevented fraud costing nearly £200 million in England over the past 2 years.

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Alder Hey Children’s Hospital commended by the Prime Minister

Alder Hey Children’s Hospital commended by the Prime Minister

Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has won the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building award at this year’s British Construction Industry Awards.

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Local Democracy Week: Brexit, voter registration and youth engagement tops the agenda

Local Democracy Week: Brexit, voter registration and youth engagement tops the agenda

Minister for the Constitution Chris Skidmore discusses Brexit, voter registration and youth engagement on a visit to Cardiff.

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How Birmingham City Council is working to build a stronger democracy

How Birmingham City Council is working to build a stronger democracy

The Minister for the Constitution visited Birmingham City Council today to see how they're making it easier and more efficient to register to vote.

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Civil Service Fast Stream opens to recruit the brightest and best UK graduates

Civil Service Fast Stream opens to recruit the brightest and best UK graduates

The 2017 Civil Service Fast Stream has a new application process to draw the next generation of leaders from the widest possible talent pool.

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Government Digital Service announces plans to run a national digital academy

Government Digital Service announces plans to run a national digital academy

On his first official visit to the Government Digital Service Ben Gummer announces three projects alongside Director General Kevin Cunnington.

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Independent review to deliver fair and equal parliamentary boundaries

Independent review to deliver fair and equal parliamentary boundaries

The Minister for the Constitution welcomes initial proposals published by the independent Boundary Commissions today.

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Two members reappointed to Big Lottery Fund UK Board

Two members reappointed to Big Lottery Fund UK Board

The Minister for the Cabinet Office has reappointed Astrid Bonfield and Tony Burton as members of the Big Lottery Fund UK Board.

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Measuring social value: series of case studies launched

Measuring social value: series of case studies launched

The Office of Civil Society has launched a series of case studies showing how providers apply social value.

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Civil Service pilots new social mobility measures

Civil Service pilots new social mobility measures

A new 1-month pilot to test the socio-economic backgrounds of 4,000 of the most senior staff in government has launched this week.

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Local charities match fund competition launched

Local charities match fund competition launched

The Office for Civil Society has launched a competition offering charities the chance to receive match funding of at least £250,000.

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New head of GDS announced

New head of GDS announced

Minister for the Cabinet Office, Ben Gummer, announced the appointment of Kevin Cunnington as the new Head of the Government Digital Service (GDS).

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Ebola medal: changes to eligibility requirements

Ebola medal: changes to eligibility requirements

Applications received for nominees who met the criteria prior to 29 March 2016 will continue to be considered up to 29 July 2016.

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Statement: the status of EU nationals in the UK

Statement: the status of EU nationals in the UK

There has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a result of the referendum.

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Statement on the status of EU nationals in the UK

Statement on the status of EU nationals in the UK

There has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU as a result of the referendum.

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IPA annual report on major government projects shows improvements

IPA annual report on major government projects shows improvements

The Infrastructure and Projects Authority has published the fourth annual report into the government's most significant projects.

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Improving the way government shares data to transform public services

Improving the way government shares data to transform public services

Clauses in the new Digital Economy Bill will help the public sector transform lives through better access to information.

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Government suppliers encouraged to sign up to Armed Forces Covenant

Government suppliers encouraged to sign up to Armed Forces Covenant

On Armed Forces Day government suppliers are encouraged to help provide greater support to veterans and service spouses and partners.

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UK Statistics Authority: board appointments

UK Statistics Authority: board appointments

Nora Nanayakkara and Sian Baldwin have been appointed as non-executive members of the UK Statistics Authority.

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Winners of the 2016 Queen's Award for Voluntary Service announced

Winners of the 2016 Queen's Award for Voluntary Service announced

Nearly 200 organisations have been awarded the prestigious Queen's Award for Voluntary Service this year.

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Mission led business review: call for evidence opens and expert panel members named

Mission led business review: call for evidence opens and expert panel members named

Cabinet Office is calling for evidence on how to support mission-led businesses over the next decade.

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Government explores blockchain technology to improve public services

Government explores blockchain technology to improve public services

The government has outlined ways the state could use blockchain technology to track payments and provide public services.

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Update on a new clause to be inserted into grant agreements

Update on a new clause to be inserted into grant agreements

Government is continuing to consider the comments of all interested parties, ahead of the introduction into grant agreements of the clause.

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Social Investment Awards: shortlist announced

Social Investment Awards: shortlist announced

Fifteen social enterprises and investors have been shortlisted for the Social Investment Awards, hosted by the Cabinet Office and NatWest.

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Peter Riddell to be appointed Commissioner for Public Appointments

Peter Riddell to be appointed Commissioner for Public Appointments

Matt Hancock has recommended to the Privy Council Peter Riddell's appointment as the Commissioner for Public Appointments.

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