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The Better Regulation Executive has now moved to the new Department of Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR).
A charitable society where people are more than likely to volunteer or give money to charity is revealed in an extensive survey published by the Cabinet Office. 2,705 people in England were interviewed for ‘Helping Out: A national survey of volunteering and charitable giving’.
This review, which is being led by the Cabinet Office, will study the emergency response to the floods in June and July 2007 and look at ways to reduce the risk and impact of flooding in future. Sir Michael Pitt, the independent chair overseeing the review, welcomes comments, ideas and suggestions from all sections of the community regarding the review, as well as feedback on the experiences of those affected by the floods.
The Cabinet Office has announced a further two departments undertaking ‘Capability Reviews’. These are HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs. The reviews aim to improve the capability of the Civil Service to meet today's delivery challenges and to be ready for tomorrow's.
The Cabinet Office has opened a consultation on the working of a new £10million risk capital investment fund for social enterprises. Many social enterprises find it difficult to access risk capital, leaving a gap in their finances. The risk capital investment fund will fill this gap and help develop better access to private and independent investment in the future.
The Cabinet Office Annual Report and Resource Accounts for the year 2006–07 have now been published. The Annual Report explains the changes to the Department's operations, while the Resource Accounts detail the financial performance of the Department against Parliamentary control targets.
Following Prime Minister Gordon Brown's statement on 11 July 2007 about the Draft Legislative Programme, in which he outlined the bills that the Government is currently planning to introduce, the Leader of the House of Commons has published ‘The Governance of Britain: The Government's Draft Legislative Programme’, explaining how the programme is drawn together and why it is being published at this time.
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