Speech given by Francis Maude at the ‘Public Procurement Briefing 2012: Driving a culture of innovation and enterprise with SMEs’ event in March 2012.
Amount of Government business going to SMEs on track to double from £3 billion to £6 billion by the end of this financial year.
The Cabinet Secretary, Sir Jeremy Heywood, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Day as the new Chair for the Joint Intelligence Committee.
Radical changes to public sector construction will lead to up to 20 per cent fall in costs of building schools, hospitals and roads
Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, met with staff in the Worthing office of My Civil Service Pension (MyCSP).
Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude has spoken about the Government’s plans to reduce the impact on the transport network during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Francis Maude: in ten months we saved £3.75 billion - equivalent to twice the budget of the Foreign Office, or to funding 200,000 nurses.
Sir Gus O'Donnell announced the appointment of Richard Heaton as the new First Parliamentary Counsel and Permanent Secretary at the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel and Offices of the Parliamentary Business Managers.
As part of its commitment to drive out unnecessary costs and make the UK a world leader in transparency, Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, has announced the Government has reduced its spend on Government Procurement cards and bonuses by £60 million and published a wealth of new information.
National Citizen Service (NCS) graduates from across England will be celebrating their significant personal and community achievements tonight at a graduation party produced by Orange RockCorps.