Governemnt's response to NAO report on Managing staff costs in central government.
Cabinet Office Minister Baroness Warsi's statement following the assassination of the Pakistan Federal Minister for Religious Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti.
Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude has set out progress on the Government’s property strategy, which is designed to save money by ensuring office space is used effectively and expensive property leases are reduced.
The Government has announced a new set of controls on government spending which are expected to save billions of pounds.
Ian Watmore, Chief Operating Officer and Permanent Secretary at the Cabinet Office, has written a letter to the FT dispelling the myths and stereotypes about civil servants.
Publication of revised Chapters 2 (Co-operation) and 3 (Information Sharing) of Emergency Preparedness, as well as drafting a new Chapter 19 The Fit with Other Legislation.
The overall cost to the UK economy from cyber crime is £27bn per year, according to the first joint Government and industry report into the extent and cost of cyber crime across the UK, launched today by the Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office and information intelligence experts Detica.
The first ever referendum giving voters a say on how their MPs are elected will be held on 5 May 2011, following the successful passage of the Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Act.
The Prime Minister will today personally head up a new search for pioneering teenagers to sign up for National Citizen Service in 2011.
Disabled people who want to become councillors or MPs will have access to a fund to help them overcome the barriers they face, under proposals published by the Government today.