Research and analysis

Civil Service Quarterly: Issue 4

Fourth issue of Civil Service Quarterly, providing a snapshot of the work done by UK civil servants.

Documents

Civil Service Quarterly edition 4: April 2014

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The issue edition of Civil Service Quarterly includes articles on:

  • wellbeing: why it matters
  • making equal marriage possible
  • the Office for Low Emission Vehicles perspective on the future of driving
  • how the Cabinet Office Implementation Unit works with departments to get things done
  • dealing with modern slavery: the Gangmasters Licensing Authority’s role in decreasing workers’ exploitation
  • public services in Scotland
  • hackdays, or hackathons, and how a hackathon helped flood victims
  • connecting policy with practice: civil servants learning from voluntary sector workers to improve policy making
  • joining up to transform lives: how the Civil Service is helping Britain’s most disadvantaged individuals and families
Published 17 April 2014