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.
Gifts and hospitality recieved by Special Advisers in the Cabinet Office at quarterly intervals.
As part of the Government’s commitment to radically increase the transparency and accountability of all public services, the Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, summarised plans to substantially reform a large number of Public Bodies across government.
Release under Freedom of Information of sections of minutes of a Cabinet meeting on 9 January 1986 recording Cabinet’s discussion of Westland plc
The key findings and recommendations of the Efficiency Review by Sir Philip Green originally commissioned by Francis Maude.
The structural reform plan, sets out the Cabinet Office priorities, with implementation milestones clearly exposed for public scrutiny.
The letter by Francis Maude MP to Paul Noone of CCSU regarding changes to the civil service redundancy payments.
Data release on the number of non-payroll staff working in Government.
Data releases about the costs and numbers of special advisers.
The Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister set out the Coalition's programme of policies over the next five years to "rebuild the economy, unlock social mobility, mend the political system and give people the power to call the shots over the decisions that affect their lives". This information includes the Programme for Government and Agreement for stability and reform.