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Replace permanent secretaries with chief executives and a new prime minister’s department among proposals
Ministers usually make final decision on appointments, despite part of role being to scrutinise government
Tenure should be conditional on performance, says report that advocates wide-ranging reform
Labour steps up call for inquiry into finance group after revelation about procurement chief Bill Crothers
Bill Crothers started role 8 months after leaving Whitehall but failed to get advice from Acoba
David Cameron’s lobbying for Greensill raises questions on transparency
Cummings decides to stay after communications chief Lee Cain resigns and No 10 descends into chaos
Unit would bring together UK graduates and civil servants to advise on implementing goverment policy
Simon Case admits concerns to MPs after recent departure of senior civil servants
Allegra Stratton expected to take up role as public media face of government next month
High-profile oustings. A new man in charge. Boris Johnson’s mission to reform Whitehall is under way. Will it work?
Simon Case’s appointment coincides with overhaul of the UK government machine
Successor to Mark Sedwill said he wanted to return to old job advising Prince William
Top officials announced for department after merger with international development
Tory peer asked to look into the effectiveness of key Whitehall department
UK government plans White House-style televised daily press briefings in shake-up
PM’s adviser and cabinet minister target what they see as ineffectual, pro-EU officials to change how government works
Cabinet secretary to leave in September as part of controversial overhaul of Whitehall
Officials insist promotion of Simon Case is not a snub to cabinet secretary Mark Sedwill
Civil service shake-up key objective of Johnson government — particularly for PM’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings
Current approach favours infrastructure investment in London and the south-east
Union chief claims civil servants were subjected to inappropriate behaviour ‘day in, day out’
Some Tories fear home secretary could be damaged by Rutnam lawsuit
Tories seek recruits from outside the party’s traditional circles
Downing St efforts to tighten control of government machine unleash tensions