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Guide to the Centre of Government


This guide is a snapshot of 10 Downing Street, the Cabinet Office and the Treasury in Autumn 2000. It is intended to help civil servants and others with an interest in public service to understand the work of the centre of government as it is presently organised.



Part I: The role of the centre

Part II: Who does what

No 10 Downing Street
Cabinet Office
HM Treasury

Coordinating networks
List of websites

Part III: The modernisation agenda

Modernising Government
Civil Service reform
Public Service Agreements

Annex: Commonly used abbreviations

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Guide, you can contact:

The Editor
Guide to the Centre of Government
Public Services Directorate
H M Treasury
Parliament Street
London SW1P 3AG

If you have suggestions or questions about any of the units in the Guide, you should contact them direct.

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