Using behavioural insights could save hundreds of millions of pounds over the course of the Parliament and thousands of lives a year, according to an annual report published today.
The Prime Minister has set out the need for reform and modernisation of our public services, to ensure everyone has the choice and control of the services they use, and bring an end to the top down get what you're given culture.
In a move expected to save £3 billion a year, Francis Maude today announced that the Government is making significant changes to the way it buys in categories of common goods and services such as stationery and office services.
The Government has launched its Consumer Empowerment Strategy which sets out what the Government and others can do to help increase consumer power.
Plans to transform My Civil Service Pension (MyCSP), which administers the delivery of Civil Service Pension schemes, into a ground breaking mutual joint venture, have been announced.
Francis Maude today launched a strategy for cutting public spending on government information and communication technology (ICT) by millions of pounds. The Government ICT Strategy aims to cut duplication and waste in Government ICT.
A discussion paper on applying behavioural insight to health has been published today by the Cabinet Office.
Government invites experts to submit their ideas for public service reform.
Public services should be delivered online or by other digital means, the Government has announced.
A transcript of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg's speech at the launch of the White Paper 'Universal Credit: Welfare that Works' on 11 November 2010.
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