Remploy and the Department for Work & Pensions completed the disposal of Remploy factories within a tight timetable and below budget.
Amyas Morse, the Comptroller and Auditor General, has again been unable to give a full sign off to the statutory child maintenance schemes account.
The Department was successful in floating Royal Mail. But its approach was marked by deep caution, the price of which was borne by the taxpayer.
The Cabinet Office will have to work with other government departments to ensure that the full benefits of its shared services strategy are realised.
There are more than 1000 tax reliefs in the UK tax system. The NAO intends to carry out future work evaluating how they are developed and implemented.
The new system of regulating financial services will need to demonstrate in future that the cost of two regulators achieves value for money for customers.
The provision of adequate adult social care poses a significant public service challenge. Demand for care is rising while public spending is falling.
In its sale of the 4G radio spectrum the Office of Communications (Ofcom) achieved its objective of maintaining a competitive market with a number of competing providers.
Major changes are being made to the criminal justice system, however much remains to be done to tackle inefficiency within the system.
The Help to Buy equity loan scheme is improving access to mortgage finance, but the scheme’s costs will be substantial.