Chisholm is currently serving as Permanent Secretary at the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. Manzoni’s departure was confirmed at the end of January.
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The Head of Prisons Digital Services will help the MoJ deliver new digital services and technology infrastructure solutions ‘at pace’.
The Cabinet Office has released its annual figures on how much Whitehall departments are spending with SMEs - both directly and indirectly.
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The government hopes that by making the data available, passengers will benefit from better services and increase transparency around pricing.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to be enacting the plans of his adviser Dominic Cummings, who wants to turn the UK into a global science and research hub.
John Manzoni has headed up the civil service since October 2014. His departure comes ahead of likely widespread Whitehall reforms.
The annual Institute for Government report also notes that if the high turnover of civil servants is to be countered, pay and promotion needs to be reformed.
The UK-Africa Investment Summit is being held in London today, with deals worth billions of pounds expected to be made during the day.
A new report released by the Royal College of Psychiatrists also argues that a government tax on social media companies needs to go further.