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Civil Service Quarterly showcases the innovative work civil servants are doing. This issue includes articles on:
Public Bodies Reform Programme: Canals and River Trust chairman Tony Hales and Peter Unwin, DG at Defra, talk about how they turned a national treasure into a charitable trust
the Behavioural Insights Team look at how data can help prevent mobile phone theft
life as secondee: moving from the Department of Health to the Beijing Embassy with the FCO
measuring the impact of UK spending on drugs and prostitution on the country’s GDP
developing smarter online ways to link together the huge amount of data departments produce
speeding up the creation of policy
John Manzoni looks at what we are doing to improve how organisations are run
creating a new suite of tools that standardise our understanding of costs and benefits