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Civil Service Quarterly: Issue 7

Seventh issue of Civil Service Quarterly, featuring articles on destroying Syria's chemical weapons, designing a better A&E and What Works centres

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Civil Service Quarterly: Issue 7

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Civil Service Quarterly showcases the innovative work civil servants are doing. This edition includes articles on:

  • Destroying Syria’s chemical weapons programme
  • GCHQ inspiring school children to learn much-needed languages such as Chinese
  • Predictive analytics: how data science is changing the way government works
  • Designing a better A&E
  • How the Department of Health’s Connecting Programme is giving staff experience of the frontline
  • Raising the policy bar with DfE’s Policy Fellowship programme
  • Reforming the Rural Payments Agency
  • What works? The rise of experimental government

You can read also read these online on the Civil Service Quarterly blog.

Published 25 January 2016