The Cabinet Office has produced guidance to assist departments in meeting the procurement and contracting transparency requirements and ensure a consistent approach.
List of ministers' interests
Procurement Policy Note – Published guidance on implementing requirements for greater transparency in central Government procurement and contracting
A report from the Digital Champion Martha Lane Fox with recommendations for the future of Directgov sent to the Minister of the Cabinet Office Francis Maude.
The data contained in the spreadsheets represents data held by the Cabinet Office over a two year period and relates to public sector telephone contact centre performance for all central and those local government organisations that participated.
The Government has set out the need for greater transparency across its operations to enable the public to hold public bodies and politicians to account. This includes commitments relating to public expenditure, intended to help achieve better value for money.
As part of its ongoing drive to make Government more accountable and more transparent than ever before, the Cabinet Office is publishing new details about civil servants working at the heart of government. Here you can find structural information about the Wales Office.
The following lists the ministerial gifts (both recieved and given), hospitality, travel and meetings with external organisations for ministers within the Cabinet Office:
Gifts and hospitality recieved by Special Advisers in the Cabinet Office at quarterly intervals.
As part of its ongoing drive to make Government more accountable and more transparent than ever before, the Cabinet Office is publishing new details about civil servants working at the heart of government. Here you can find structural information about the Treasury Solicitors.