The Cabinet Office competency frameworks sets out the skills which are commonly required across the department. They are based on the Professional Skills for Government framework which provides a common set of skills requirements across government.
To help tackle the budget deficit, the Government introduced a new and ambitious approach to take out costs and waste in central government operations in order to protect essential jobs and services on the frontline. Measures include a significant programme of renegotiating contracts with major suppliers and a strict moratorium in five key areas of discretionary spend: consulting, ICT, recruitment, marketing and property.
A non formal written consultation on the information strategy contained in the transparency section of the Cabinet Office business plan.
The Cabinet Office business plan sets out the Department's priorities 2011-2015. It is made up of five sections - vision, Coalition priorities, structural reform plans, departmental expenditure and transparency.
The Cabinet Office structural reform plan, sets out the Department's priorities, with implementation milestones clearly exposed for public scrutiny.
Since the Office for Civil Society (OCS) was established in the Cabinet Office in May, work has progressed to ensure it has the right structure to allow it to lead the government’s contribution to the Big Society vision. We are pleased to announce that this restructure is now complete.
The information from our structure charts is also available as spreadsheets of resuable data, which set out the numbers of staff at different grades in each of our groups. We publish data in this way so that experts can process it as they wish.
Spreadsheet of reusable data, which set out the numbers of staff at different grades in the independent bodies which are affiliated with the Cabinet Office.
The data below is for Cabinet Office staff whose grades fall below the senior civil service.
The Draft Cabinet Manual Chapter on Elections and Government Formation that the Cabinet Secretary presented to the Justice Committee on 23 February 2010 stated that it was "open to the Prime Minister to ask the Cabinet Secretary to support the Government's discussion with Opposition or minority parties on the formation of a government. If Opposition parties request similar support for their discussions with each other or with the Government, this can be provided by the Cabinet Office with the authorisation of the Prime Minister."