Documents include the Home Office business plan, diversity strategy and resource accounts.
Annual report and accounts 2011-12
The annual report sets out the vision and priorities of the department over the past year including progress against our priorities and also sets out what the aims of the department are going forward. View the Home Office annual report and accounts.
Business plan 2012-2015
Our business plan includes our vision, our new objectives and the specific priorities we need to deliver, along with details of our departmental expenditure and transparency agenda. Read the Home Office business plan 2012-2015.
Business plan quarterly data summary
The Business plan quarterly data summary's (QDS) primary purpose is to make management information currently held by government available to members of the public. See the quarterly data summary and measurement annex.
Capability action plan
The capability action plan for the Home Office is an assessment of leadership, strategy and delivery. This report has been developed through extensive desk and field based evidence-gathering work, with rigorous challenge provided by two non-executive directors.
Continuous improvement strategy
The continuous improvement strategy sets out our vision to improve productivity across the business, resulting in increased performance while reducing costs. We achieve this by gaining a better understanding of the whole system, building capability and confidence to enable staff to achieve changes themselves by challenging old ways of working, all supported by a rigorous evidence base.
Diversity strategy 2010-13
The Home Office diversity strategy 2010-13 was launched in June 2010. It sets out our ambitions on equality and diversity over the next three years, both in relation to staff and delivering services to the public. The diversity strategy progress report 2011-12 shows what has been achieved during the second year of the strategy and sets the priorities for the coming year.
Employment monitoring report 2011-12
This year's report sets out the results of employment monitoring for 2011-12, showing how the Home Office is performing against the monitoring of its statutory duties to its employees in accordance with equality legislation.
Overseas territories and the Home Office
On 14 September 2011 the government announced a new strategy which sought to strengthen engagement between the UK and its 14 overseas territories. This paper provides an overview of the assistance the Home Office provides to the territories.
Public Accounts Committee recommendations
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is appointed by the House of Commons to examine 'the accounts showing the appropriation of the sums granted to Parliament to meet the public expenditure, and of such other accounts laid before Parliament as the Committee may think fit' (Standing Order No 148).
In order to do this the Committee hold inquiries into different aspects of the Home Office considering the evidence it has received. After each inquiry a report is written which provides details of the evidence and usually makes recommendations to the Home Office.
See our latest update on the outstanding PAC recommendations.
Information on the Public Accounts Committee is available on the Parliament website.
These Home Office resource accounts show the department's income and expenditure for 2009-10, as well as its departmental spending, resource and capital budget, capital employed, administration costs, staff numbers, and identifiable expenditure by country, region and function, from 2004-05 to 2010-11.
Statement of new regulation
The statement of new regulation lists new regulations and changes to regulations due to be implemented before the end of 2012 that impact on the private and voluntary sector.