Guidance to help Government procurers consider supplier proposals which include offshore provision.
The announcement and documentation on the phase 2 consultation on the revised chapters of Emergency Preparedness
Release of information on aspects of the drafting of the 2002 Iraq Dossier
In January 2011 the Prime Minister confirmed the mandate for the new Major Projects Authority (MPA) within the Efficiency and Reform Group in the Cabinet Office. The MPA represents a sea change in the oversight of Central Government’s Major Projects at both an individual and a portfolio level and aims to address the findings from the NAO report ‘Assurance of High Risk Projects’ (June 2010) and from the Major Projects Review undertaken over the summer 2010 by ERG. It is a new partnership between the Cabinet Office, HM Treasury with the fundamental aim of significantly improving the delivery success rate of Major Projects across Central Government.
This resource page provides guidance for departments and outlines the integrated assurance toolkit used by the MPA.
Critical Sector plans for an Influenza Pandemic
This guidance (dated 22 October 2009) relates to the recent A(H1N1) Swine Flu pandemic and was been updated as our collective understanding of the virus and its impact continues to improve.
To assist local planners in their planning and preparations for an influenza pandemic central government has developed a tool to facilitate the application of National Planning assumptions to the local setting.
The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Programme has published for consultation the Guide – Keeping the Country Running: Natural Hazards and Infrastructure.
Category 2 Responders: Overview of sectors and emergency planning arrangements