On 14 October 2010 the Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude summarised plans to reform a large number of Public Bodies, or quangos, across government:
The review is part of the Government’s commitment to radically increase the transparency and accountability of all public services.
The Cabinet Office Business Plan includes the commitment to publish a quarterly status check of relevant public bodies until all are confirmed as fully decommissioned, beginning in January 2011
Information related to the review of the Central Office of Information (COI).
Monthly data for the Cabinet Office and its Arms Length Bodies on payments above £25,000 made to suppliers and grant and other recipients from 12 May 2010.
The Government has moved a step closer to achieving its ambition of implementing a reformed Civil Service compensation scheme (CSCS), which is based on negotiated proposals.
Joint letter from the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister to Frank Field thanking him for his report "The Foundation Years: Preventing Poor Children Becoming Poor Adults" which has been released.
Gifts and hospitality recieved by Special Advisers in the Cabinet Office at quarterly intervals.
A report by Lord Young of Graffham to the Prime Minister following a Whitehall wide review of the operation of health and safety laws and the growth of the compensation culture.
Release under Freedom of Information of sections of minutes of a Cabinet meeting on 9 January 1986 recording Cabinet’s discussion of Westland plc
The key findings and recommendations of the Efficiency Review by Sir Philip Green originally commissioned by Francis Maude.
List of hospitality received by Senior Civil Servants in the Cabinet Office between 1 January 2008 to 31 March 2009