Upgrading or replacing legacy systems and improving information at the border through digital transformation programmes has been an ambition of the Home Office since the launch of its e-borders programme in 2003 (in 2015 we reported on E-borders and successor programmes). This new report assesses the Department’s progress in delivering its Digital Services at the … Read more
The Home Office spent at least £830 million between 2003 and 2015 on the e-borders programme and its successors, but has failed, so far, to deliver the full vision. We cannot, therefore view e-borders as having delivered value for money.
3 Dec 2015
Police forces have successfully reduced costs since 2011, but do not have a clear understanding of the demands placed upon them or of the factors that affect their costs.
4 Jun 2015
This report examines the Home Office’s progress in managing a clear assurance and oversight system for police forces’ financial sustainability.
11 Sep 2018
This study examines how the Home Office handled the impact of its immigration policies on the Windrush generation.
5 Dec 2018
The C&AG has reported on the 2019-20 accounts of the Home Office.
23 Jul 2020
This memorandum focuses on the design, operation and oversight of the Home Office’s contract with G4S to run Brook House.
22 Jul 2019
The progress made by a programme to modernise the Disclosure and Barring Service.
1 Feb 2018
This report assesses whether the Home Office’s activities for enforcing immigration rules are achieving its vision.
17 Jun 2020
This investigation examines the Home Office’s response to suspected cheating in the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC).
24 May 2019