- About COI
Brief introduction to COI as an organisation; its aim, objectives and accountability.
- Accessibility Statement
Information and help with the accessibility of the COI website.
This is the place to find out a little more about what we do here at the Central Office of Information and a lot about how you can help us do it.
Outline of the benefits package on offer when you work for COI
GovGap is a service provided by COI that provides interim recruitment solutions to government departments and the whole public sector.
- How to apply
Explanation of COI's application process.
- Training and Development
We know that the more we give our staff, the more they can give us in return. We offer excellent training and development as one of our top priorities. And, as our Investors in People award goes to show, it's something we do very well.
- What it's like for...
Get a real insight into what life at COI is like, by hearing about it from the people who know us best - the people who work here.
- Working for COI
COI combine expertise in marketing and communications with with an understanding of government systems and procurement policy; offer impressive training and development, a truly open culture across the organisation, making it a great place to work.
- Contacting COI
Ways to contact COI, general fax, phone and address details, and map.
Guidelines written by and available from COI.
- Communications Evaluation
COI's Evaluation experts provide advice on developing comprehensive evaluation plans to understand the contribution of all communication channels to policy goals.
- Contact centre guidance
Better practice guidance for Government contact centres and updates.
- Effective Public Engagement
This guide on effective public engagement has been drafted by COI in conjunction with the Cabinet Office and other engagement practitioners drawn from across government
- Social Media Guidance
Advice for civil servants on communicating and sharing information through the dynamic and evolving digital media environment.
- Sponsorship Guidelines 2007
This document gives guidance to departments on the propriety of working on communications
activity in partnership with organisations from the private and public sectors.
- Web Standards and Guidelines
Contents of the Web Standards and Guidelines for government websites
Press releases and contact information for COI media enquiries.
The COI website privacy statement.
Information for government bodies wishing to procure using COI's frameworks and suppliers to COI and government
COI's procurement options for government departments, agencies and organisations
- COI Procurement policies
Introduction to the Central Office of Information's procurement policy
- Contracts and expenditure
Government has set out the need for greater transparency across its operations to enable the public to hold public bodies and politicians to account.
Information about the procurement frameworks (also known as rosters) used by COI to deliver government communications.
- Suppliers to COI
Information for companies that wish to supply COI and its clients, COI's procurement policies, details of existing suppliers and how to register interest.
COI provides advice, procurement and project management on every aspect of communications.
- Home page
Welcome to the Central Office of Information (COI) website
- Site help
Help pages for the COI website, containing links to plugins, information about downloading and saving files, and how to fine tune searches.
- Site map
The site map of the COI website.
- Your information rights
Introduction to the Information Charter, Information Re-use Policy. This section also contains Copyright and Freedom of Information details.
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