The report, Behaviour Change and Energy Use, launches a series of trials and changes to government policy which will make it easier for individuals to green their homes and use less energy.
Reports by Sir Joe Pilling and Bill Hamilton on the findings of their reviews into the future of the government’s official history programme
The overall cost to the UK economy from cyber crime is £27bn per year, according to the first joint Government and industry report into the extent and cost of cyber crime across the UK, launched today by the Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office and information intelligence experts Detica.
In 2008 the Civil Contingencies Secretariat commissioned Leeds University to produce a series of research reports collectively titled ‘Understanding Crowd Behaviour’. These reports are now being published as part of the body of UK Civil Protection Guidance.
Overarching Government Strategy to respond to an Influenza Pandemic - Analysis of the scientific evidence base
The CMI’s annual survey sponsored by the Civil Contingencies Secretariat on business continuity management
Equality Impact Assessment for the Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill.
Applying behavioural insight to health, a discussion paper written by the Behavioural Insights Team in the Cabinet Office, draws on insights from behavioural science and behavioural economics and shows ways in which health improvements can be made without resorting to legislation or costly programmes.
A report by Lord Young of Graffham to the Prime Minister following a Whitehall wide review of the operation of health and safety laws and the growth of the compensation culture.