This snapshot, taken on
22/08/2011
, shows web content acquired for preservation by The National Archives. External links, forms and search may not work in archived websites and contact details are likely to be out of date.
 
 
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Useful links

Links to other websites that may be of interest to OGC's customers in the public sector.

Audit Commission  - the organisation ensuring that public money is spent economically, efficiently and effectively in local government, housing, health, criminal justice, and fire and rescue services.

Cabinet Office - the centre of Government, coordinating policy and strategy across government departments.

Directgov - the place to turn to for the widest range of government information and services.

Disposal Services Agency - disposes of goods no longer required by public sector organisations.

10 Downing Street - the historic office and home of the British Prime Minister.

GovTalk - The purpose of this site is to enable the Public Sector, Industry and other interested participants to work together to develop and agree policies and standards for e-government. This is achieved through the GovTalk consultation processes.

HM Treasury - the United Kingdom's economics and finance ministry, responsible for formulating and implementing the Government's financial and economic policy.

Improvement & Development Agency (IDeA) - gateway delivering in-depth improvement news and examples of good practice from councils across England and Wales.

info4local - information for local Government from central Government

Local Government Association - the LGA promotes the interests of nearly 500 English and Welsh local authorities, representing more than 50 million people and spending about £74 billion a year on local services.

National Audit Office - the totally independent organisation that scrutinises public spending, audits the accounts of all central Government departments and agencies, and many other public bodies, and reports to Parliament.

National School for Government - the school works nationally and internationally to help the public sector build on our strengths in leadership, learning, consulting and research.

Supported Businesses Directory - an on-line directory run by the British Association for Supported Employment (BASE) containing listings of products and services offered by supported factories and businesses.  Particularly useful for those looking to source goods/services under Article 19 of the Public Sector Procurement Directive.

The Stationery Office - the UK's largest publisher, privatised from HMSO in 1996, with a 200-year inheritance as publisher to Her Majesty's Government and Parliament, and more recently, also for commercial organisations.The purpose of this site is to enable the Public Sector, Industry and other interested participants to work together to develop and agree policies and standards for e-government. This is achieved through the GovTalk consultation processes. The purpose of this site is to enable the Public Sector, Industry and other interested participants to work together to develop and agree policies and standards for e-government. This is achieved through the GovTalk consultation processes.