Jeremy Heywood says we all need to build on the great work that already exemplifies A Brilliant Civil Service.
Sir Derek Jones looks back on his four decades in the Civil Service and the changes he's seen.
Melanie Dawes encourages civil servants to explore the history of their department or agency, for lessons to learn and lessons that we must not...
John Manzoni writes about creating a culture where people feel empowered to raise concerns when they feel that something is wrong.
After Rupert McNeil blogged about getting a Workplace Adjustment Passport, civil servants like Lynsey Murray came forward with their own stories.
The Civil Service People Survey 2016 is open. Jeremy Heywood urges civil servants to take part and directly influence real change in the...
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What we do
The Civil Service helps the government of the day develop and implement its policies as effectively as possible.
Meet some of our diversity & inclusion champions
Sue Owen is the Permanent Secretary for the Department for Culture, Media & Sport and the Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Champion and LGB&TI Champion.
Since June 2015, Jon has been the Civil Service Social Mobility Champion.
He was appointed Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in April 2016 after more than three years as Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence.
Richard Heaton became the Civil Service Race Champion in April 2014.
He has been Permanent Secretary for MOJ since August 2015. Before that he was Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office (from August 2012).
Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion
The Civil Service is a modern and diverse workplace, committed to promoting and ensuring equality and valuing diversity. Read more about our work on our blog.
Civil Service Learning
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Civil Service Pensions
This is for current and prospective members of the Civil Service pension arrangements. It also contains links to information for past members who are not yet receiving their pension.
There are also links for pensioners who are already receiving their Civil Service pension.
What shape expert are you?
A short film explaining what being a T-shaped expert means, and why it's important to the future of the Civil Service.
'A Brilliant Civil Service'
The vision of the Civil Service of the future.
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