This report provides information on how the Department for Transport is organising itself to support a successful exit from the EU. It sets out what the Department has done to prepare for exit, and provides an assessment of whether the Department’s progress is sufficient to meet the scale of the challenge.
Amyas Morse, the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) of the National Audit Office, has reported on the 2017-18 accounts of HM Revenue & Customs. His report focuses on tax revenue; Personal Tax Credits and Child Benefit error and fraud; and HMRC’s digital transformation programme.
The Comptroller and Auditor General, head of the National Audit Office, has reported on the BBC Television Fee Trust Statement for 2017/18. In this period the BBC issued nearly 26 million TV licences, resulting in income of £3.8 billion. The licence fee evasion rate was 7.04% which represents no significant change since 2016/17 (6.91%)
Risks, resources and government-supplier relationships
Sir Amyas Morse, C&AG, blogs about key issues for public-private sector relationships and contract management in the face of the challenges of the EU Exit and hundreds of major public sector change programmes.
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.