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The Cabinet Office is at the centre of government, making government work better. This website brings together information from units in the Department.

Publication of Sir Suma Chakrabarti's Review of the Role of the Cabinet Office

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The Review of the Role of the Cabinet Office by Sir Suma Chakrabarti sets out the findings of his review on the purpose of the Cabinet Office; how it should carry out its activities; and what this means for the Cabinet Office and civil service governance and leadership. The report has been published together with the Cabinet Secretary's response to the report.

Review of Data Handling procedures in Government

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The Prime Minister has asked the Cabinet Secretary to establish a review into data handling procedures in Government. The Review will be led by Robert Hannigan, Head of Intelligence, Resilience and Security in the Cabinet Office, working closely with heads of departments.

New generation of social entrepreneurs gear up to inspire the nation

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Ministers across Government are set to join forces with social entrepreneurs up and down the country in a day of events to inspire a new generation to work for or set up businesses with social or environmental goals.

Border review

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The Prime Minister has announced the publication of 'Security in a Global Hub: Establishing the UK's new border arrangements'. The report sets out how the Government will establish a new border organisation – the UK Border Agency – with the resources and remit to improve the UK's security through strong border controls, while welcoming legitimate travellers and trade.

12 – 16 November is Get Safe Online Week

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Get Safe Online is the UK’s first national internet security awareness campaign, founded in 2005. November sees the third annual Get Safe Online Internet Safety Awareness Week from 12–16 November with a UK-wide roadshow where you can get independent expert advice on internet safety.

Civil Service Awards 2007

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Teams and individuals from across government who have all made outstanding contributions to improving people's lives were toasted on 6 November 2007 at the annual Whitehall and Westminster Civil Service Awards.

Can Europe adapt to global trends?

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The new paper, 'Global Europe: Meeting the Economic and Security Challenges,' examines the opportunities and challenges facing Europe in the decades ahead.

Cabinet Office introduces news RSS feed

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The Cabinet Office web team have recently introduced a news RSS feed facility to the website. The news feed facility allows you to see when new content is added to our news section, therefore giving you access to the latest headlines, as soon as it is published, without having to visit our website.

Ed Miliband welcomes the Comprehensive Spending Review

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Ed Miliband welcomes the Comprehensive Spending Review and explains the role of the Cabinet Office in creating a fairer and equal Britain and in supporting the Prime Minister.

Innovation Exchange

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Phil Hope, Minister for the Third Sector, launches the Innovation Exchange with the announcement of a new £200,000 fund to support the programme's work in 2008-2009. The Exchange was set up to foster innovation within the sector and to find ways of improving relationships between third sector social innovators, public service commissioners and investors.

Connecting Communities with the Fight Against Crime

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The Cabinet Office announced today (Friday 5 October 2007) that the Prime Minister has commissioned a cross-departmental review on how front-line agencies can get their communities better engaged in the fight against crime.

Legislative programme

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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.

Popularity of volunteering and giving revealed in extensive national survey

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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'.