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Partnership working

We can achieve our objectives only through partnership working with others, such as the Trading Standards Services, Financial Services Authority, and the consumer education Alliance.

Partnership working areas
Compliance partnerships: developing the use of 'established means'
The OFT has prepared a set of principles to apply when working with its partners.
Consumer education
We are leading a strategic approach to consumer education to give consumers the skills and knowledge to function confidently, effectively and responsibly when buying good and services.
International work
The OFT works with its international counterparts to promote a consistent approach to tackling anti-competitive practices and protecting consumers' interests.
The OFT and the CC
Details of how the OFT and the Competition Commission work together on reviews of merger, monopoly and market undertakings and orders.
The OFT and CCP
Details of how the OFT and the Department of Health Cooperation and Competition Panel work together.
The OFT and the FCA
Details of how the OFT and the Financial Conduct Authority work together.
The OFT and TSS
Details of how the OFT and Trading Standards Services are working together to benefit consumers and businesses.
Details of how the OFT and the Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI), the Government body responsible for information policy, setting standards, delivering access and encouraging re-use of public sector information, work together.
The OFT and the CAA
Details of how the OFT and the Civil Aviation Authority work together
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