Organograms and senior salaries for the Cabinet Office and Independent Office as of 30 September 2011.
This document gives further detail on the Open Data measures published in the 2011 Autumn Statement.
The Cabinet Office has carried out post-legislative scrutiny of the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 to determine how far it has achieved its original aims and objectives.
On 1 November 2011 Francis Maude, the Minister for the Cabinet Office, published the latest Mystery Shopper results.
The review of Central Government websites 2010/2011 by COI.
Procurement Policy Note. Updates to transparency guidance and implications for the use of Contracts Finder.
To get started with using Contracts Finder, departments have to become established as recognised 'buying organisations' within the system. If your organisation is not yet set up on Contracts Finder, the template below must be completed and submitted to businesslink. This forms part of the necessary process to identify an individual (or set of individuals) within departments who control their organisation's publishing rights within the Contracts Finder system. To help with familiarisation of the Contracts Finder system, the Cabinet Office has developed a simple presentation to show how the system works along with a set of frequently asked questions.
The Cabinet Office has published an independent review of the impact of transparency on privacy, in line with an announcement made by the Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, in December 2010.
In June 2011, the coalition Government set out an agreement which included a commitment by the Government to "ensure food procured by government departments, and eventually the whole public sector, meets British standards of production wherever this can be achieved without increasing overall cost".This is supported in the Defra Business Plan to drive sustainable food procurement by the
Government and the public sector.
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.
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