100 Years of Government Communication
Historian Alexander McKenna charts the development of the communications function from the First World War through to the present day.
23 September is here. What does this mean for you and accessibility?
Richard Morton and Nancy Hull discuss what the 23 September accessibility deadline means for the public sector.
5 steps to building generational change
Alex Aiken, GCS Executive Director, reflects on a new approach to public service communication following Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 things you need to know about the new GCS website
We’ve completely revamped our website, based on user research. We want it to become the first port-of-call to build your skills and develop your career.
8 vital skills to empower communicators, now and in the future
On Tuesday 21 June, Gemmaine Walsh, GCS Chief Operating Officer, spoke at Civil Service Live on the three pillars of […]
9 questions with Richard Etienne
We caught up with Richard Etienne, Deputy Head of Internal Communications at the Department for International Trade (DIT).
A blueprint for government communication
David Rose, Head of GCS Communications, explains how MCOM can help all of us in public service communications to make the best, standard.
A day in the life of a Press Officer
Qudrat Khan discusses what it is like to be a press officer in government communications, where the priorities are ever-changing.
A guide for new starters
Use this guide if you are new to the Government Communication Service.
A year of the GCS Benchmark Database
The GCS Benchmark Database is a library of media intelligence, enabling the creation of benchmarks that support campaign planning and more.