The Coalition Government has stated its determination to target resource to front line services and drive cost out of administrative functions and improve efficiency and effectiveness in public spending. In line with this, the Cabinet Office had a commitment in the Cabinet Office Business Plan for 2011-15 to publish a model for Whitehall shared services in July 2011. This document is a summary of the proposed strategic vision and future operating model for Government Shared Services
Progress reports and other resources for SMEs on making Government business more accessible to small and medium sized businesses (SMEs)
The Open Public Services White Paper sets out how the Government will improve public services. By putting choice and control in the hands of individuals and neighbourhoods, public services will become more responsive to peoples’ needs.
The interim report of the Counter Fraud Taskforce includes a set of proposals which the Government will take forward immediately to develop the fight against fraud and build on the success of the pilots.
The Government Construction Strategy will reform the way in which government procures construction across all sectors, and in doing so will reduce costs by up to 20% by the end of this parliament.
The strategy will also stimulate growth by enabling more to be constructed within the funds available by using its sheer scale in procurement of construction.
The Giving White Paper outlines new Big Society plans to make it easier and more attractive to give time and money to good causes.
The strategy document, Better Choices: Better Deals, by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills and the Cabinet Office’s Behavioural Insights Team
The Government’s ICT strategy will deliver better public services for less cost. Through reuse and sharing of our ICT assets, we will improve productivity and efficiency, reduce waste and the likelihood of project failure.
A new strategy to grow the social investment market giving charities and social enterprises access to new, potentially multi-billion pound, capital
In October 2009, following approval from the CIO Council, a team led by the Cabinet Office set out to define how the public sector could utilise the Cloud Computing approach to ICT delivery and explore what benefits and challenges this approach would create. This became known as Phase 2 of the G-Cloud Programme.