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Business Plans: track progress in implementing our policies

You can use this site to track the Government's progress in implementing the reforms set out in the 2012-15 Business Plans.

The graphs provide an overview of implementation progress across the full set of reform actions. A selection of recently completed and soon to be completed actions give a flavour of what the Government is working on at the moment.

Click on a department to see all its 2012 Business Plan commitments, and their current status.

Current status of actions

Actions completed on time

Actions completed last month

Title
Cabinet Office
1.3.ii Implement and operate the Government’s SMEs programme, working with other Government Departments to deliver on the aim that 25% of contract value is awarded to SMEs
Cabinet Office
1.3.iii Deliver all but the most complex procurements within 120 working days, working with other government departments
Cabinet Office
1.7.i Complete over 90% of all non-statutory abolitions
Cabinet Office
1.9.i Lead the cross-Government Red Tape Challenge, with BIS, by working with other government departments to bring forward and then implement ambitious plans to reduce (by scrapping regulations) and reform (by reducing associated regulatory burden) the stock of regulations on the statute book
Cabinet Office
4.1.i 800 community organisers (including 260 senior community organisers) trained
Cabinet Office
4.3.ii Establish plans for an independent body to manage the National Citizen Service
Cabinet Office
1.10.ii Establish a delivery pipeline which ensures all government departments, agencies and non-departmental public bodies will undertake a “spend-recovery” audit on their accounts payable system by December 2013
Cabinet Office
1.10.iii Establish pilots enabling departments who administer benefits, grants and other application-based processes to screen applications before payment, shifting the culture towards a ‘check first, then pay’ approach by March 2015
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
2.1.iv Roll-out the new employer incentives scheme for small employers taking on new young apprentices, working with DfE
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.2.i Deliver a return on BIS investment greater than the previous MAS regional average (for example more than £6 GVA for every £1 invested by BIS)
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.2.ii Deliver increases in manufacturing derived Gross Added Value (GVA) and jobs directly attributable to MAS intervention
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.4.i Ensure that LEPs play a full role in delivery of Enterprise Zones, consistent with their implementation plans, working with DCLG
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.7.i Work with industry partners to implement recommendations from the Breedon Review of non-bank lending, including how to enable institutional investors to invest in SMEs, increase the number of private placement investors, promote prompter payment and supply chain finance, and facilitate greater sharing of credit information
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.8.i Introduce new system enabling small companies to hire employees, pay tax and fulfil other regulatory obligations in one simple internet portal
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.9.i Manage transition from Businesslink to new online business information and advice offer on single domain, working with HMRC & Government Digital Service
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.12.i Establish a programme to improve the private sector response to the challenges of cyber security
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.2.ii Publish details of how the new system of shared parental leave will work and its relationship to maternity, paternity and adoption provision including proposals for administration of the system
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.3.v Publish update on progress of Employment Law Review
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.3.vi Produce draft regulations for merging the current body of National Minimum Wage regulations into a single set of consolidated regulations
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.4.ii Agree package of measures to deliver deregulation and reform under company red tape challenge programme and progress delivery of these measures
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.8.iii Develop and bring forward detailed proposals for an improved and proportionate system of consumer credit regulation, working with HMT
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.11.i Launch a series of regulatory reviews at regular intervals, examining whether the enforcement arrangements under consideration by the reviews are appropriate, proportionate, fit for purpose and risk based. The first three will be small businesses in food manufacturing; chemicals; and volunteer events
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.12.i Lead the cross-Government Red Tape Challenge to work with Departments to reduce and reform the stock of regulations on the statute book, working with Cabinet Office
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.12.ii In line with the Red Tape Challenge, bring forward proposals to reduce and reform the stock of statutory instruments and regulations for which the Department has overall responsibility
Department for Communities and Local Government
1.1.i Develop and introduce proposals to implement Tax Increment Financing, working with HM Treasury, so that local authorities can raise funds against the future uplift in their business rates base provided by an investment in infrastructure
Department for Communities and Local Government
1.1.ii Lead the localisation of support for Council Tax, working with Department for Work and Pensions, to enable local authorities to develop local rebate schemes for the most vulnerable people in society
Department for Communities and Local Government
1.1.iii Provide greater flexibility to local authorities to keep overall council tax levels down by changing the rules on how empty properties should be treated for council tax purposes and through other technical changes to council tax
Department for Communities and Local Government
1.1.vi Consult upon detailed and technical issues and introduce secondary legislation to bring into effect business rates retention and Tax Increment Financing
Department for Communities and Local Government
1.3.i Deliver proposals for the future development of Community Budgets, in phase 2 of the Local Government Resource Review
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.1.i Support the simplification of planning in Enterprise Zones
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.1.ii Ensure delivery of business rate retention in Enterprise Zones , including establishment of agreements between Local Enterprise Zones and local authorities on managing and investing retained rates
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.2.i Help Local Enterprise Partnerships lead the development of their local economies by removing the barriers to their ambitions and strengthening the stake and incentives that they have to promote local economic growth
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.2.ii Support Department for Transport's transport devolution proposals by developing an appropriate role for local enterprise partnerships
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.2.iii Support the strong and appropriate role of local enterprise partnerships in Growing Places Fund allocation and investment process, ensuring local delivery in getting money into the productive economy
Department for Communities and Local Government
5.1.ii Publish first annual release of data on the number of neighbourhood plans. The plans will include statements showing who were consulted in the production of the plan and how issues were addressed by each neighbourhood forum or parish council
Department for Communities and Local Government
4.5.i Make Commencement Order for Single Housing Ombudsman
Department for Communities and Local Government
4.5.iii Single Housing Ombudsman in place
Department for Communities and Local Government
4.8.i Set out the Department’s contribution to the National Adaptation Programme
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
3.1.ii Reform Visit England to facilitate increased industry expertise on its board
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
3.1.iii Restructure Visit Britain to ensure better targeting of high-value and emerging tourism markets, and to achieve significant reductions in its administration costs
Department for Education
2.2.iii Develop proposals as a result of the review of PSHE Education
Department for Education
5.1.i Implement Sure Start reform programme through streamlined and revised statutory guidance, and reformed inspection framework, based on new core purpose of children’s centres
Department for Education
6.2.i Develop and publish a new approach for learning from serious child protection incidents that focuses on what went wrong, why, what action has been taken since the incident and what further action still needs to be taken to improve protection for children
Department for Education
6.2.ii Publish radically reduced statutory guidance on safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children to clarify statutory responsibilities, remove prescriptive practice guidance and allow professionals to exercise their judgement
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
1.3.ii Publish plans for a streamlined framework of advice, incentives and voluntary initiatives to enable farmers and land managers to be more competitive and yield better environmental outcomes
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2.3.ii Consult on Marine Conservation Zones proposals
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2.6.iii Lay UK regulation to make it a criminal offence to allow illegal timber to enter the EU market for the first time
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2.7.ii Run 25 catchment management pilots with local communities to plan integrated actions to improve local water quality
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
3.5.i Publish, with ONS, a roadmap towards including natural capital in the UK environmental accounts
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
3.5.ii Publish the report of the Ecosystems Markets Task Force on opportunities for UK business from expanding the trade in green goods and ecosystem services
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
3.9.ii Publish plans to reform and simplify the system of altering public rights of way within the planning framework
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
3.11.ii Complete two rounds of bids and award first grants from the Rural Community Broadband Fund
Department for International Development
2.4.iv Implement beneficiary feedback mechanisms in at least three partner countries
Department for International Development
3.1.i Introduce performance-based funding for the Private Infrastructure Development Group
Department for International Development
4.2.ii Support the development outcomes of the 2012 London Conference on Somalia, including through the establishment of a Joint Financial Management Board and a Stability Fund
Department for International Development
4.2.iv Complete review on the future of the Stabilisation Unit and agree Whitehall response to recommendations
Department for International Development
4.4.ii Build disaster resilience in at least eight DFID country programmes as recommended in the Humanitarian and Emergency Response Review (HERR), including publishing work on earthquake preparedness in Nepal
Department for International Development
6.1.iii Launch a public-private partnership programme to enhance developing countries' access to private finance and instigate private investment in low carbon infrastructure
Department for Transport
2.1.ii Set out proposals for reforming the role of the rail regulator which move towards a more unified regulatory structure for our railways
Department for Transport
4.5.i Complete the Plugged in Places infrastructure programme, helping to deliver plug-in vehicle charge points and build a sustainable market for plug-in infrastructure across the UK
Department for Transport
5.1.iii Adopt sustainable aviation framework
Department for Transport
6.2.i Award long-term contract
Department for Transport
7.3.iii Report on the first year of operation of the new Blue Badge Improvement Service, and improvements in efficiency and reduction in fraud
Department for Work and Pensions
1.1.i Develop a cost-effective delivery model for Universal Credit
Department for Work and Pensions
1.1.ii Develop a Real Time Information capability with HM Revenue and Customs
Department for Work and Pensions
1.3.ii Train healthcare professionals to conduct face-to-face assessments to provide evidence for the review
Department for Work and Pensions
1.4.i Draft secondary legislation to reform DLA and lay it before Parliament
Department for Work and Pensions
2.2.ii Deliver a weekly meeting for all 18-24 year olds from month 5 on Jobseeker’s Allowance
Department for Work and Pensions
6.3.ii Promote a ‘once and done’ approach to complaints to reduce the volume of complaints that escalate to the second tier under the new model to no more than 5%
Department for Work and Pensions
6.3.iii Achieve 90% customer satisfaction with the new complaints model
Department of Energy and Climate Change
1.1.viii Release data showing number of energy efficient installations under the Green Deal
Department of Energy and Climate Change
1.3.v Deliver 65,000 to 80,000 heating and insulation measures to low-income and vulnerable households between 2011 and 2013 through the Warm Front scheme
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
2.2.iv Hold annual PM/Presidential level meetings and broader ministerial engagement to continue a strong, close and frank relationship with the US
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1.4.iii Support efforts to secure a two-state solution to the Middle East Peace Process, using 10 inward and outward ministerial and senior official visits and £ 3.5m programme spending. Continue to press for an end to illegal Israeli settlement construction in co-ordination with key partners
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1.5.ii Implement the systemic reforms in the Turks and Caicos Islands (completing legislative, administrative and regulatory changes) to enable a return to democratically elected government
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs
1.1.i. Launch an additional 20 taskforces each year focusing on rule breakers
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs
1.1.vi Run four campaigns each year to provide opportunities for tax payers to voluntarily put their tax affairs in order
Her Majesty's Treasury
1.3.ii Introduce a Bill to implement the public service pension reforms
Her Majesty's Treasury
2.10.vii Support BIS in piloting the best way to introduce a programme of enterprise loans to help young people set up and grow their own businesses
Home Office
1.3.i Enable Partnerships to identify and disseminate effective practice and develop local peer support networks led by agencies best placed to identify and address the needs of their communities, working with national organisations, local government, local Partnerships and Community Safety Partnerships
Home Office
1.3.ii Fund innovative community safety initiatives to develop new approaches and support capacity building for civil society organisations to improve links between communities, civil society organisations and public sector agencies
Home Office
1.3.iii Encourage an increase in police and community safety volunteering, working with Association of Chief Police Officers to build community capacity and engagement with Police and Crime Commissioners, police and other community safety partners
Home Office
2.3.iii Work with national policing partners to support the police to make savings including through national procurement as part of an agreed programme to drive value for money
Home Office
2.5.ii Prepare and consult on the level of minimum unit price, a ban on multi-buy promotions and further action on licensing powers, working with other departments
Home Office
4.4.v Develop proposals for an enhanced freight targeting system
Home Office
4.5.v Strengthen active management of non-asylum cases to build compliance, including through clear communications with the illegal population, and voluntary returns
Home Office
6.1.i Publish progress report
Ministry of Defence
1.1.i Deliver annual review of US / UK Trade Co-operation Treaty
Ministry of Defence
1.6.xii Publish, with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), the Army Rebasing Plan
Ministry of Defence
1.7.vi Achieve 4th Typhoon squadron Initial Operating Capability (IOC) to accelerate Typhoon Force growth and increase multi-role capability
Ministry of Defence
3.1.ii Identify and implement Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) Interim Structure to support the transformation of acquisition and support
Ministry of Defence
3.2.vi Implement new financial model
Ministry of Justice
1.10.i Publish high level strategic objectives for reducing female offending
Ministry of Justice
3.2.iv Review initial test results and identify next steps for flexible courts
Ministry of Justice
3.2.ii Informed by the White Paper, develop and scope further areas of CJS Reform to inform the next phase of the Transforming Justice Programme
Ministry of Justice
3.9.i Create a national standard way of working for all enforcement functions so that accounts are managed in the same way across each enforcement team

Actions to be completed this month

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2.9.i Work with the Strategic Health Authorities Clusters to ensure good local-level NHS plans for the delivery of QIPP up to financial year ending 2014/15, with clearly articulated transformational endstates and milestones towards their achievement
Cabinet Office
1.4.ii Extend project bank accounts to ensure rapid payment to supply chain members below tier 1 and support to SMEs. Target is to achieve £2bn of construction projects operating project bank accounts
Cabinet Office
5.1.v Roll out the Social Mobility Business Compact to a greater range and number of companies and work with them to spread best practice and enhance the effectiveness of their activities to promote social mobility
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
1.5.i Implement operational network of Catapult technology and innovation centres in Cell Therapies, the Connected Digital Economy, Future Cities, High Value Manufacturing, Offshore Renewable Energy, Satellite Applications and Transport Systems
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
2.1.v Identify and implement ways to make apprenticeships more accessible to SMEs (including reducing bureaucracy and speedier recruitment processes), working with DfE
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
2.5.ii Evaluate effectiveness of first phase of pilot and launch second phase, subject to successful first phase
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.3.i Take forward reforms to dispute resolution and the employment tribunal system and extend the qualifying period for unfair dismissal from one to two years
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.2.iv Develop publicly available data on local economic area performance, working with the Local Enterprise Partnership Network and local enterprise partnerships
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.3.i Produce a Growing Places Fund programme report to demonstrate how the fund has supported sustainable economic growth, and the extent to which it has supported the delivery of jobs and houses, based on progress reports submitted by each partnership
Department for Communities and Local Government
5.2.i Consult on review of Use Classes Order and implementation of new regulations
Department for Communities and Local Government
5.3.ii Review planning appeals process (including consultation)
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
2.3.i Merge Sport England and UK Sport
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
2.3.ii Abolish the Sport Grounds Safety Authority, and transfer its expertise and functions to another body
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
2.4.i Agree Payment by Result methodology to be used by Sport England in negotiation of 46 new Whole Sports Plans focussing on 14-25 year olds
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
2.4.ii Work with Sport England to publish implementation plan for Youth Sport Strategy including details of open access community fund
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
2.4.iii Develop revised measurement methodology for Whole Sports Plans and other elements of the strategy including setting baselines from 2013.
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
4.4.i Abolish the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, and transfer essential functions to another body
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
3.9.i Remove requirements on retailers to notify TV Licensing when customers buy televisions
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
4.5.iv Bring into force changes to regulation of entertainment
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
5.1.ii Issue secondary legislation on overhead lines as necessary
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
6.2.ii Publish the Government’s response following the consultation on equal civil marriage
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
6.2.iii Improve support for disabled people who wish to stand for elected office, working with political parties and disability organisations
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
6.3.v Complete the review of the public sector Equality Duty
Department for Education
6.4.ii Assume responsibility for National Citizen Service
Department for Education
1.1.i Identify and match new sponsors for underperforming schools that will convert in 2013/14
Department for Education
1.5.ii Pupil Referral Units have autonomy to recruit high calibre staff and manage their own budgets more effectively
Department for Education
2.4.iii Roll-out the new employer incentives scheme for small employers taking on new young apprentices, working with BIS
Department for Education
2.4.iv Identify and implement ways to make apprenticeships more accessible to Small and Medium Enterprises (including reducing bureaucracy and speedier recruitment processes), working with BIS
Department for Education
3.2.ii Put in place a new single inspection framework for children in care, adoption and fostering services, in line with the priorities for government reform
Department for Education
6.3.i Deliver local programmes of evidence-based interventions for children in care or on the edge of care or custody and their families in 23 areas, and extend existing programmes in 14 further areas
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2.1.ii Report on progress in implementing the outcomes of the Governance Review of National Parks Authorities
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
3.10.iii Report on progress towards implementing the measures announced in the Habitats and Wild Birds Directives Implementation Review
Department for International Development
2.1.iii Support a greater number of DFID partner countries to join the Open Government Partnership during the UK co-chair tenure
Department for International Development
2.1.iv Ensure all country operational plans include a human rights assessment
Department for International Development
3.4.v Launch a new mechanism to enable poor people to use mobile phones and the internet to access services and hold governments to account
Department for Transport
1.1.i Undertake environmental impact assessment and draft Environmental Statement
Department for Transport
4.2.i Enhance the Highway’s Agency’s (HA) performance as an executive agency through the introduction of a performance specification, development of route-based strategies and exploration of a more flexible funding mechanism
Department for Transport
4.4.ii Introduce a fixed penalty offence for careless driving and increase fixed penalty levels for other specified traffic offences
Department for Work and Pensions
1.1.iv Launch pathfinder in advance of national roll-out
Department for Work and Pensions
1.4.ii Introduce Personal Independence Payments for new claims
Department for Work and Pensions
1.5.ii Plan for the benefit cap’s implementation from April 2013, working with local authorities
Department for Work and Pensions
1.6.ii Introduce new benefit fraud and error penalties ready for operational use across DWP and available for local authorities
Department for Work and Pensions
1.6.iii Introduce the new Single Fraud Investigation Service
Department for Work and Pensions
1.6.iv Introduce the new Integrated Risk and Intelligence Service
Department for Work and Pensions
3.6.i Implement move to local provision to replace Community Care Grants and Crisis Loans for general living expenses
Department for Work and Pensions
6.2.iii Introduce a binding code of practice for Local Authorities to ensure consistent and proportionate Health and Safety inspection and enforcement activity
Department of Energy and Climate Change
2.2.ii Consult on and bring into force longer term non-domestic cost control measures, biomass sustainability, air quality standards and changes to the existing regulations from lessons learnt since the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme opened
Department of Energy and Climate Change
2.2.iv Allow, with the Department for Communities and Local Government, communities that host renewable energy projects to keep the additional business rates they generate
Department of Energy and Climate Change
2.2.vi Publish conclusions of a four-yearly review of Renewables Obligation (RO) banding (levels of financial support for different technologies) to ensure that the RO provides the correct level of support to maintain investment in large-scale renewable energy generation
Department of Energy and Climate Change
2.2.vii Implement new Renewables Obligation bands (except for offshore wind)
Department of Health
1.2.ii Roll out NHS 111 to the whole of England, subject to evaluation
Department of Health
1.5.ii Enable the first local HealthWatch to be set up
Department of Health
1.6.i Introduce a legislative requirement that providers of primary medical care register with CQC
Department of Health
1.9.i Develop, pilot and introduce a programme of patient led inspections which cover privacy and dignity, food and cleanliness in hospitals providing NHS funded care
Department of Health
2.1.i Develop incentives to improve access to primary care in disadvantaged areas
Department of Health
2.1.ii Implement NHS Outcomes Framework
Department of Health
2.2.i Continue to extend the coverage of Payment by Results (PbR) into areas such as mental health, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, ambulance services and some community services
Department of Health
2.5.i Establish NICE on a firmer statutory basis
Department of Health
2.8.xiv Support and promote joint working at a local level by criminal justice agencies, emerging health and wellbeing boards and other relevant local structures, working with Home Office
Department of Health
2.9.i Work with the Strategic Health Authorities Clusters to ensure good local-level NHS plans for the delivery of QIPP up to financial year ending 2014/15, with clearly articulated transformational endstates and milestones towards their achievement
Department of Health
2.9.ii Assure SHA Cluster planning
Department of Health
2.9.v From April 2012 collection of NHS Safety thermometer data will be part of a national CQUIN which will be applicable to all patients in NHS funded care (unless exceptions apply) to incentivise the NHS to focus on delivery of safe, efficient care
Department of Health
2.9.vi Support the NHS to transform urgent and emergency care by enabling full rollout of the 111 number
Department of Health
2.10.vi Make a step change in how providers of NHS services collect patient feedback and act on it to improve services; in particular, implement a friends and family test to cover acute inpatient services
Department of Health
3.1.i Complete the abolition of strategic health authorities
Department of Health
3.1.ii Fully establish NHS Commissioning Board
Department of Health
3.2.i All GP practices to be part of either a fully authorised or a 'shadow' clinical commissioning group
Department of Health
3.4.ii Abolish primary care trusts once the NHS Commissioning Board and Clinical Commissioning Groups are in place
Department of Health
3.5.i Monitor’s licensing regime operational
Department of Health
3.7.i Complete continuity of NHS services framework for Foundation Trusts
Department of Health
4.1.i Establish Public Health England
Department of Health
4.2.iii Allocate local public health budget to local authorities
Department of Health
5.2.i Provide personal budgets, in the form of direct payments whenever the person wishes, for everyone eligible for ongoing social care
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1.1.i Co-ordinate UK capacity-building assistance and other projects in high-risk countries, including ensuring that all interventions in the security and justice sector strengthen respect for human rights
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1.4.i Support UN and Arab League-led efforts to bring an end to the violence in Syria and move towards political transition through diplomatic activity and engagement with the opposition
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs
1.4.i Implement a campaign to align employer and HMRC data to support a smooth pilot and implement RTI data
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs
1.6.ii Clear legacy PAYE backlogs and be up to date by April 2013, with pre-NPS open cases cleared by December 2012
Her Majesty's Treasury
2.1.i Introduce £1100 cash increase in personal allowance for 2013/14
Her Majesty's Treasury
2.1.iv Evaluate possible minor enhancements to some aspects of the non-domicile reforms that were implemented in April 2012
Her Majesty's Treasury
2.1.v Introduce a statutory definition of tax residence and reforms to ordinary residence
Her Majesty's Treasury
2.3.ii Introduce a new “above the line” credit to support research and development by large business, improving on the existing R&D tax credit
Home Office
3.3.iv Support and promote joint working at a local level by criminal justice agencies, emerging health and wellbeing boards and other relevant local structures
Home Office
3.4.i Support the Ministry of Justice in ongoing work to streamline and reform the Criminal Justice System to deliver a more efficient and effective system, working with professionals across the system in particular ensuring the contribution the police can make is an integral part of this
Home Office
4.5.vii Implement the revised approach to assisted voluntary returns
Home Office
5.1.i Support the passage of the Justice and Security Bill in the second session, working with Ministry of Justice and Cabinet Office
Ministry of Defence
3.2.i Achieve Joint Forces’ Command (JCF) Full Operating Capability (FOC)
Ministry of Defence
3.2.ii Implement New Head Office structure
Ministry of Defence
3.2.iv Publish Command Plans
Ministry of Justice
1.1.ix Publish first local justice re-investment process evaluation
Ministry of Justice
1.6.i Develop a scheme to generate reparation and rehabilitation funds through work in prisons
Ministry of Justice
1.6.ii Identify, develop and introduce new opportunities with private business for work by prisoners
Ministry of Justice
1.8.i Design arrangements to recover the costs of remanding young people to secure accommodation from local authorities
Ministry of Justice
1.8.iii Publish plans for the long term future of the youth secure estate
Ministry of Justice
2.2.iii Introduce legislation
Ministry of Justice
2.3.i Develop guidance around new provisions and Rehabilitation of Offenders Act regime more widely so that people, including employers, are clear as to when convictions may be concealed and when they must be disclosed
Ministry of Justice
2.6.iii Improve standards in prisons in high volume FNO countries by using government funding to improve our ability to return time-serving prisoners
Ministry of Justice
3.4.i Develop and implement secondary legislation to enact relevant provision of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill
Ministry of Justice
3.3.ii Review sanctions for defence disclosure failures
Ministry of Justice
3.3.iii Consult on new sanctions to tackle serious economic crime committed by companies, develop final policy proposals and introduce second session legislation
Ministry of Justice
3.7.vii Consult on draft Victims Code
Ministry of Justice
3.12.i Increase small claims track limit to £10,000 and implement reform to orders for sale and charging orders
Ministry of Justice
3.13.i Implement reforms for civil litigation funding and costs as set out in the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill, including banning referral fees in personal injury cases
Ministry of Justice
3.14.i Implement proposals to extend road traffic accident procedure to cover cases up to £25,000
Ministry of Justice
3.14.ii Review fixed recoverable costs available within the procedure, and implement reforms
Ministry of Justice
3.14.iii Extend the procedure to other personal injury accident claims
Ministry of Justice
3.15.iii Identify a comprehensive set of principles to fee setting and the system of remissions (a subsidy provided to those who are unable to pay court fees) for the new organisation
Ministry of Justice
4.10.ii Explore additional measures to ensure that existing laws and procedures can be more effectively enforced to protect non-residential property owners, working with other government departments and the enforcement agencies
Ministry of Justice
5.1.x Launch Prisons Competition Phase 3
Ministry of Justice
5.2.ii Develop outline business cases to take forward new programmes
Ministry of Justice
3.4.ii Develop revised guidance for legal aid practitioners
Ministry of Justice
3.10.i Introduce legislation to introduce a single family court
Ministry of Justice
3.12.ii Legislate to establish a single county court, in the second session of Parliament
Ministry of Justice
3.15.iv Support the passage of legislation to introduce a data sharing clause with DWP and HMRC, for introduction in the second session of Parliament
Ministry of Justice
3.15.vi Introduce direct lodgement to the Social Security and Child Support tribunal
Ministry of Justice
4.1.i Legislate to enable court broadcasting in criminal proceedings, in the second session of Parliament
Ministry of Justice
4.2.i Legislate to reform judicial appointments to improve diversity, for introduction in the second session of Parliament
Ministry of Justice
4.6.i Legislate through a Defamation Bill in the second session of Parliament
Ministry of Justice
4.8.i Introduce legislation
Ministry of Justice
4.7.ii Support the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, as necessary, to deliver a focused package of growth related repeals as part of their second session Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill