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The Futures Toolkit provides a set of tools and techniques to help government officials use long-term strategic thinking in policy making.
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The skills you need to be a scientist or engineer in government.
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Guidance on the roles and responsibilities of chief scientific advisers (CSAs) and their supporting teams.
A Review which addresses the capability of government science and engineering, recommending actions to further embed government science into policymaking.
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Details about the COVID-19 National Core Studies (NCS) programme.
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Guidance on systems thinking for scientists and engineers in government.
Senior scientific advisers from around the world sign a statement to governments on biodiversity.
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