The Government has published an update paper detailing next steps to improve public services by opening them up.
Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, today undertook a series of visits in Greater Manchester designed to highlight some of the innovative reforms the Government is championing in the region in order to deliver more effective public services and better value-for-money for the taxpayer.
A new Co-operatives Bill, announced today by the Prime Minister David Cameron, will provide new rights for public sector workers to create mutuals and own a stake in their success.
Francis Maude today unveiled the Mutual Support Programme to help develop staff-led mutual organisations.
All public sector workers are being given a chance to have their say by logging onto the new Tell us How website and sharing their ideas on ways to deliver public services, quicker, cheaper and simpler.
The open data consultation asks the public, businesses and other interested parties for their views on how we might enhance a ‘right to data’ from public service providers and how providers might be held to account for delivering open data.
Plans to create an expensive database of electors are to be abandoned.
Oliver Letwin's Commons statement on the Open Public Services White Paper.
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.
Statement from the Cabinet Office following the industrial action on 30 June 2011.