Government Office for Science (GO-Science)
Five steps that we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing.
The Futures Toolkit provides a set of tools and techniques to help government officials use long-term strategic thinking in policy making.
Programme introduction, dates, eligibility, how to apply and how to become a programme mentor.
The skills you need to be a scientist or engineer in government.
Guidance on the roles and responsibilities of chief scientific advisers (CSAs) and their supporting teams.
Guidance setting out good practice for the operation of scientific advisory committees.
Guidance on the use of scientific and engineering advice in government.
Guidance on systems thinking for scientists and engineers in government.
Rules of engagement between government and independent scientific advisers.
Guidance for scientists providing advice to the government on their legal liability.
Guidance setting out good practice for the secretariats to Scientific Advisory Committees (SACs).
Guidance for academics on how to work with policy makers.
Report exploring the role of the behavioural sciences in government policy making.
Guidance on the work of the Intellectual Property Office for scientists and engineers in government.
Directory of science and engineering expertise in government.
Guidance on professional development for scientists and engineers in government.
Guidance on improving engagement for the secretariats to Scientific Advisory Committees (SACs).
Guidance for policy makers on how to work with academics.
Communications advice for government scientists and engineers.
Leadership training available to scientists and engineers in government.
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