Governemnt's response to NAO report on Managing staff costs in central government.
A radical package of measures to open up the way that Government does business and to make sure that small companies, charities and voluntary organisations are in the best possible position to compete for billions of pounds worth of contracts has been outlined by the Prime Minister today.
Francis Maude's reply to Martha Lane Fox's letter outlining proposals for the future of Directgov.
Public services should be delivered online or by other digital means, the Government has announced in response to a report published by Martha Lane Fox today.
The Government has today published detailed spending data allowing the public to see for the first time how money is spent and hold politicians to account.
The Government took another important step in the new era of transparency today as it published details of hospitality and gifts received by ministers and special advisers, ministerial meetings with external organisations and all overseas trips by ministers across government.
News release about the Cabinet Office Spending Review settlement in line with the Government’s determination to tackle Britain’s deficit.
The Government has published new details about civil servants working at the heart of government as part of its ongoing drive to make the Government more accountable.
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude has today summarised plans to substantially reform a large number of Public Bodies, or quangos, across government.
The Government has relaxed current licensing provisions on public sector information, making it faster and easier for developers and entrepreneurs to re-use it.