The Treasury has announced the reappointment of Edmund de Waal to the Royal Mint Advisory Committee for a term of five years.
- Form: Start a judicial review case in the Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber): Form JR1
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- Form: Appeal a First-tier Tribunal (War Pension and Armed Forces) decision – for the Secretary of State: Form UT7
- Form: Appeal a First-tier Tribunal (Social Entitlement Chamber) decision – for the Secretary of State, HM Revenue and Customs and local authorities: Form UT2
- Form: Appeal an information rights decision made by the First-tier Tribunal (General Regulatory Chamber): Form UT13
- Open consultation: Airport slot allocation system reform
- Research: Slot allocation at Heathrow: runway expansion research
- UK aviation shaping its own destiny as airport slot reform consultation launched
- Service announcement: £3.9 billion boost for more reliable train journeys in the North
- Press release: Government backs Karen Carney's blueprint to raise standards in domestic women's football
The next Coal Authority Board meeting will take place on Friday 23 March 2018.
Sonia Crozier, Exec Director of Women & Probation, HM Prison and Probation Service will discuss women and girls and how prisons and probation can work together.
Small businesses in the Technology sector will shortly be able to bid to win millions of pounds of business through a major government procurement framework.
Two Non-Executive Directors have been appointed to the Constitution Group in Cabinet Office.
The Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) has opened its Procurement Framework for retender and suppliers can now bid to be included on it.
Chris will discuss lessons learned from the UK’s experiments with Payment by Results and Social Impact Bonds implemented since 2010.
The Royal Mint today appointed Anne Jessopp as its new chief executive and Deputy Master of the Mint.
In this free seminar Dianna will talk about why London government pressed for a devolved work and health and the issues that the programmes will address in the capital.
A new Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework is harnessing advances in the science of behavioural insights to tailor public services to citizens.
The Government and other public sector organisations have spent more than £3.2bn on digital, data and technology services since 2012, it has been announced.
Dame Glenys Stacey reflects on the quality of probation services.
The Prime Minister has appointed Jonathan Baume, Dr. Susan Liautaud and Richard Thomas as Members to the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments with effect from 1 February 2018.
A guide to understanding what the government is doing following Carillion’s collapse.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has this day appointed Barry McElduff to be Steward and Bailiff of the Three Hundreds of Chiltern.
Information about continuity of public services for employees and suppliers.
Outline details of the Academy's 2018 seminar programme
Outline details of the Academy's 2018 seminar programme
Loveday Ryder will take over as BPDTS’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) from Monday 22 January.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond has today (10 January 2018) welcomed the department’s new ministerial team.
A reshuffle has taken place and the Prime Minister has announced new ministerial appointments.
130 people have been recognised for their services to education and driving forward social mobility in the 2018 New Year Honours list.
Contracts Finder - which makes it easier for small businesses to find opportunities to supply to government - is celebrating a breakthrough year of growth.
The Committee will be launching its report on intimidation in public life at an event on Wednesday 13 December.
The Government is encouraging small and medium-sized enterprises to supply to the public sector via a new marketplace for health and social care providers.
Seminar discussing a new service providing life coaching for men, women and young people in our prisons and communities to improve their own lives and others.
This seminar will explore Plymouth CC's co-production processes to enable better outcomes for people with complex needs
The Government Legal Department is to open a regional centre in Leeds, confirming the importance of the city as the most significant law hub outside London.
This one day event for Academy members explored the value of cmmissioning in a social justice context with guest speakers throughout the day,
John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service, has announced the appointment of Mike Parsons as Director General of the Government Property Unit.
Crown Commercial Service has released more details about its new Legal Services Marketplace - due to be awarded in 2018 and estimated to be worth £650 million.
The Queen has approved the following new appointments to Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council.
The Queen has approved a number of appointments to government.
Letter from Baroness Anelay to Prime Minister Theresa May announcing her resignation, and the Prime Minister’s reply.
The Queen has approved a number of appointments to government and two departures.
The Secretary of State has appointed Richard Pennycook to be Lead Non-Executive Board Member
Expressions of interest are now being taken from public sector organisations who want to take part in Crown Commercial Service's latest bulk buying project.
A review of international evidence and UK pilots
The UK and Canadian Governments have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) relating to each nation’s ambitions for Digital Government.
New Scotland Yard building on Victoria Embankment awarded the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award at the 2017 British Construction Industry Awards.
Just seven days to use the round pound before they swap the high street for the history books.
West Yorkshire CRC and User Voice discussed their collaboration with service users through their service user council and council members will share their experiences.
Two-thirds of suppliers on the new Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture and Associated Services agreement are SMEs.
The public sector can save millions on the cost of IT expertise by buying through a new procurement framework from Crown Commercial Service.
The cost of managing public sector estates could be significantly reduced with new framework created by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS).
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