Success Profiles are the new recruitment framework used within the Civil Service.
Guidance on the conduct of civil servants in the pre-election period (often referred to as 'purdah').
This advice explains national security vetting and how the process works.
Guidance on the pre-employment screening of civil servants, members of the armed forces, temporary staff and government contractors.
How the government classifies information assets to ensure they are appropriately protected.
The government’s plan for action to significantly reduce childhood obesity by supporting healthier choices.
A step-by-step, easy read guide to registering to vote, for people with a learning disability.
The career paths, competencies and development opportunities for people in the government project delivery profession.
An overview of the process by which Bills become law.
Choosing the right terms and conditions of contract is essential for government and public sector buyers to get best value.
How to write a nomination if you want to put someone forward for a national honour.
Guidance and training materials on the Public Contracts Regulations, Utilities Contracts Regulations and Concession Contracts Regulations.
Information for public authorities, businesses and other organisations on the outcome for public procurement policy in a no-deal Brexit scenario.
This document lists government ministers and their responsibilities.
The government is improving the way it consults by adopting a more proportionate and targeted approach.
How the government prepares and plans for emergencies, working nationally, locally and co-operatively to ensure civil protection in the UK.
Explaining the background to devolution and how the legislatures and administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland work.
The What Works Network uses evidence to make better decisions to improve public services.
Good Practice Guide (GPG) 45 helps you decide how to check someone's identity.
This booklet describes the government’s personnel security and national security vetting policies and how the processes work.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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