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New office supplies deal to save Government over £18 million a year

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As part of the continuing drive to maximise the buying power of Government, Francis Maude has announced two new contracts for office supplies which are expected to deliver savings of over £18 million a year.

Big Society Bank launched

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The vision for a Big Society came much closer today as the Big Society Bank – now officially named Big Society Capital – became a reality with the establishment of two expert boards.

Civil Service Pension consultation launched

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The Government’s plans to reform public service pensions, to ensure they remain sustainable for the future, have progressed further with the launch of a new consultation.

Government renews focus on cities

New support for England’s largest cities to boost growth, including the appointment of a dedicated Minister for Cities, Greg Clark.

Opening up public services

The Prime Minister has set out the need for reform and modernisation of our public services, to ensure everyone has the choice and control of the services they use, and bring an end to the top down get what you're given culture.

Government to publish new data on health, schools, courts and transport

As part of the Government’s continuing commitment to open up our public services and in advance of the Open Public Services White Paper, the Prime Minister today committed to publishing key data on the National Health Service, schools, criminal courts and transport.

Francis Maude speech to mark the launch of new Government transparency commitments

Speech by Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude to mark the launch of new Government transparency commitments for key public services including health, education, justice and transport on 7 July 2011.

Sir Bruce Keogh speech at transparency event

A transcript of a speech by Sir Bruce Keogh, NHS Medical Director, during a transparency event on 7 July with Cabinet Minister Francis Maude.

Open Public Services - Commons statement

Oliver Letwin's Commons statement on the Open Public Services White Paper.

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