The National Audit Office has today published a briefing describing how the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), which has one of the largest and most complex EU Exit portfolios in government, is preparing to deliver a successful exit from the EU.
The briefing describes the following:
The scale of the task. We set out the work streams BEIS has identified to deliver Exit and the range of stakeholders it will need to consult.
How BEIS has organised its response. We set out how BEIS has established its EU Exit team and governance structure.
How BEIS has set about its task. We set out BEIS’ approach to planning its work and resources to deliver an effective exit from the EU.
30 November 2017
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