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Independent Transparency and Privacy Review

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.

Tue, 13/09/2011

Procurement Policy Note 06/11 - Amendments to the Procurement Regulations, including "Uniplex"

This Procurment Policy Information Note outlines a number of amendments to the public procurement regulations that will come into effect from October 2011. 

Fri, 02/09/2011

European Year of Volunteering 2011 Tour – Coming to London October/November 2011

Information on the European Year of Volunteering 2011 tour event which takes place in central London from 28 October to 3 November 2011.

Tue, 30/08/2011

‘Uniplex’ Consultation Response

The judgement of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the “Uniplex” case required changes to the general time limits for starting proceedings in the High Court by Interested parties challenging decisions made by contracting authorities or utilities.  The Government undertook a public consultation process on possible options for achieving compliance with the ECJ’s decision. This document summarises the outcome of the consultation and explains the subsequent decisions and changes to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006.

Thu, 25/08/2011

Community Resilience - awards

This helpsheet will support individuals who may wish to recognise a community member who has engaged with resilience and recovery.

Thu, 25/08/2011

Mystery Shopper results

On 11 February the Prime Minister, Francis Maude, the Minister for the Cabinet Office and Baroness Eaton of the Local Government Group launched a number of initiatives to open up Government Procurement to more competition and participation by small and medium sized enterprises. Find results of the Mystery Shopper exercises here.

Wed, 24/08/2011

Devolution Guidance notes

The devolution guidance notes (DGNs) set out advice on working arrangements between the UK government and the devolved administrations.They are an introduction to the main principles involved in the managing of the devolution settlements, bilateral relations, correspondence, parliamentary business, legislation and concordats.

Tue, 23/08/2011

Role of the Telecommunications Industry in Emergency Planning

The Telecommunications industry play a crucial role in helping to ensuring a secure and resilient United Kingdom.  There is a strong industry lead in this area with the Electronic Communications Resilience and Response Group (EC-RRG) [DN: Please link to the page created today entitled: The Electronic Communications – Resilience and Response Group (EC-RRG)] providing a forum for the telecommunications industry to discuss resilience issues.  They also maintain the National Emergency Plan for the Telecommunications Sector and are responsible for the National Emergency Alert for Telecommunications (NEAT).

Tue, 23/08/2011

Big Lottery Fund - Consultation on proposed policy directions

This consultation is now closed.

Mon, 22/08/2011

Social Mobility and Child Poverty review - Call for evidence

This call for evidence on Social Mobility and Child Poverty closed on 16 October, 2011.

Tue, 16/08/2011

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