Posts tagged: "Risk management"
Posted on May 19, 2016 by Andrew Denney
£225 billion of taxpayers’ money is spent annually with private and voluntary providers. Health, justice, employment and many other public services are delivered by them. This delivery can be complex and high risk, and very high profile if providers fail. Government Commercial and Contracting: an overview of the NAO’s work highlights some of the key challenges faced by government and brings together findings from our work across these challenges. We invite you to join the discussion and help us do more to share thinking and practices across government. more… Joining the dots: the picture from government contracting
Posted on March 11, 2016 by Kate Mathers
The end is nigh – of the financial year, that is. So it’s the perfect time to inspire you by sharing some great examples of public sector corporate reports. Building Public Trust Awards: Examples of good practice in annual reports, 2015, profiles a wide range of examples from last year’s reports, across categories such as: strategy, measures of success, operations and people factors. more… Great ideas for annual reports
Posted on February 26, 2016 by Kate Mathers
The organisations we audit told us our ‘how to’ guides and frameworks are very useful – but hard to find on our website. They were right. So we’re delighted to say that we’ve now put them all in one place: our new Self-assessment resources web-page. So if you’re about to undertake a self-assessment and planning process, there may be something on this page to save you reinventing a wheel. To illustrate, this post highlights some of the resources you can find on our new page. more… Why reinvent the wheel?