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The aim is to enable the public to hold politicians and public bodies to account, to deliver better value for money in public spending and to give businesses and non-profit organisations new opportunities to create products and services using public data.
In response to the government's 'Transparency Agenda' the department is pleased to release the following new information. More will be added over time as the agenda develops, and this information is in addition to the range of statistics and other information that can be found under the publications section of this website.
We have published organisational charts showing the senior structure within the ministry and its executive non-departmental public bodies.
Guidance on Ministry of Justice and its Associated Arms Length Bodies spending over £25,000 data 2010-11
These local spending reports provide a geographical breakdown of expenditure provided to the regions by the National Offender Management Service (NOMS), Her Majesty’s Court Service (HMCS), youth offending teams and local criminal justice boards.
The Government introduced an approach to cut costs and waste in central government operations in order to help tackle the budget deficit and protect essential jobs and services on the frontline.
The Civil Service People Survey took place in October 2010 and involved over 103 organisations across the Civil Service.