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We are stepping up to the Net Zero commitment – are you?
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has a brilliant and dynamic workforce of 65,000 spread across the country, and travel is an essential part of our work, as I know is the case for many other government departments.
GCS members access: Making the values of your organisation stick
This webinar covers why values are important to the success of an organisation and what the experts are saying about how difficult it is to embed values.
GCS Campaign of the Month winner June 2020
Congratulations to the Civil Service Communications team in Cabinet Office Communications, winners of June’s GCS Campaign of the month competition for their work on the ‘Here For You’ campaign.
GCS members access: Introduction to strategic partnerships
This webinar covers the theory behind strategic partnerships, including how to establish objectives and identify targets.
Call for evidence for Coronavirus (COVID-19) communication report
The Government Communication Service (GCS) COVID-19 Advisory Panel has issued a call for information and evidence about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the communication profession.
GCS Campaign of the Month winner May 2020
Congratulations to the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) communication team, winners of May’s GCS Campaign of the month competition for their work […]
Improving campaigns with the ‘Aggregated Outcomes Benchmarking Database’
Making use of lessons and learnings from the campaigns being delivered across government has always been seen by Government Communication […]
Digital accessibility for government communicators
This recorded webinar teaches you about the new digital accessibility requirements, and how to make your digital communications accessible.
GCS members access: Communicating locally
By the end of this webinar, you will have learned the value of local communication, and why it’s essential to do campaign planning.
GCS members access: Introduction to internal communication
You will learn about the standards, principles and a good understanding of what good practice looks like in internal communication.