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Plans and performance

Aims and objectives

Following the outcome of the General Election on 6 May 2010, the objectives and business plans for the Cabinet Office are being revised.

Political Reform draft structural reform plan

The Coalition Government has published its draft Structural Reform Plan for political reform.

Structural Reform Plans, to be published by all Departments, are the key tool of the Government for making departments accountable for the implementation of the reforms set out in the Coalition Agreement. They set out clear priorities and give the public the opportunity to check departments meet their commitments.

The draft plan on Political Reform sets out a timescale for delivering reform in the areas of:

  • Parliamentary democracy and political reform
  • Devolution, decentralisation, accountability and localism
  • Civil liberties 

Political Reform Draft Structural Reform Plan [external PDF]

Performance and monitoring reports

Annual reports and accounts

Previous Cabinet Office annual reports and accounts have been archived following the outcome of the General Election on 6 May 2010. They are available on the National Archives website [external website].

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