The Open Data consultation paper sets out Government’s proposed approach for Transparency and Open Data Strategy, which is aimed at establishing a culture of openness and transparency in public services. We want to hear from everyone – citizens, businesses, public services themselves, and other interest groups – on how we can best embed a culture of openness and transparency in our public services.
Tables reflecting departmental progress with respect to procurement and contracting transparency are detailed below. You can find archived reports here.
Below you will find previous reports:
The release of senior officials with salaries of £150,000 and above.
The list of central government websites available to the public as of 1 July 2011.
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
A national evaluation of the Office for the Civil Society Social Enterprise Business Support Improvement Programme
On 14 October 2010 Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude summarised plans to reform a large number of Public Bodies, or quangos, across government.
A list of senior civil servants and other public servants earning over £150,000 a year, who were not included on the original list published in June 2010.
United Kingdom response to the European Commission Green paper on the modernisation of EU public procurement policy.