Finding the right skills for the civil service


This report from UK think tank the Institute for Government looks at the skills that the civil service has and needs.

Improving the skills of civil servants is an important part of the government’s reform plans. This paper examines the skills that the civil service has and those it needs to meet the demands of government in the coming years. It considers how the civil service workforce is managed and reviews progress made in recent years. The report also offers suggestions for what the government should prioritise as it works to improve the skills of its staff.

 

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