How the DfT works
The role of the Department for Transport is to determine overall transport strategy and to manage relationships with the agencies responsible for the delivery of that vision.
Information on the responsibilities of the DfT and the various executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies.
- 21 December 2005
- Last update:
- 11 June 2009
A short note setting out the Department's Strategic Objectives and the indicators which underpin their delivery. The note also refers to the PSA that the Department will lead under the new framework.
- 17 March 2008
This document sets out the governance arrangements for the Motoring and Freight Services Group which consists of 3 HQ directorates and 5 agencies. It is designed to replace individual agency framework documents. It therefore describes briefly the work of the Group's directorates and agencies, the relative roles, responsibilities and accountabilities of key personnel, the legislative framework under which the agencies operate and the relationship between the agencies and the central department.
Provides target details on the DfT's PSA targets.
The DfT works with a number of agencies who are responsible for the delivery of policy. This section contains information on the work that they do.
- 21 December 2005
DfT sponsors a number of organisations with responsibility for delivery. This section contains information on the work that they do and also a copy of the Department's Annual Public Appointments Plan.
A sustainable development action plan for the Department for Transport and its agencies.
Guidance about the clear and consistent assessment of value for money for officials putting submissions to DfT ministers about investment decisions and choices.
An introduction to the Honours system including how to identify and nominate a candidate; list of New Years honours.
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