The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a scheme to encourage a switch from fossil fuel heating systems to renewable and low-carbon alternatives in homes and business premises in Great Britain. Our report assesses the value for money of the RHI for Great Britain.
This report focuses on the arrangements for converting schools to academies. We assess the Department for Education’s approach and the extent of conversion; the robustness, cost and speed of the conversion process; and the availability of sponsors and multi-academy trusts to support schools to convert to academies.
The NAO is publishing a suite of short guides for the new Parliament, one for each government department and a selection of cross-government issues, to assist House of Commons select committees and members of Parliament.
We blog about the great lessons for cross-government coordination in the Evaluative Framework we developed as part of our study into research and development funding.
On the NAO Blog.
Strand Group Keynote Speech
Sir Amyas Morse recently spoke on 'The implications of central decision-making on the delivery of
frontline services’ at the Strand Group, the Policy Institute at King's College London's signature
seminar series. Read a transcript of Sir Amyas Morse's speech.