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Review of the data systems for Public Service Agreement 22

Comprehensive Spending Review 2007 covering the period 2008-2011

Review of the data systems for Public Service Agreement 22 led by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport: ‘Deliver a successful Olympic Games and Paralympic Games with a sustainable legacy and get more children and young people taking part in high quality PE and sport’

Published:
16 Jun 2010
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Increasing participation in sport

Although more people have been involved in sport since 2005, the Department did not meet its targets to increase participation by priority groups by March 2008. However, a new strategy and better funding arrangements are positive developments that offer the prospect of improved value for money.

Published:
26 May 2010
London Olympic Stadium

Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games: Progress report February 2010

“The Olympic Delivery Authority has done well to keep its programme on track, and it is increasingly likely that the venues and infrastructure are going to be delivered on time and budget. Nevertheless, there is still a long way to go, with less contingency funding available to meet unforeseen cost pressures.

 

“Plans for the delivery of the Games themselves need to be fleshed out, in particular making sure that LOCOG is on track at least to break even. In addition, securing long-term use of facilities such as the Media Centre and the Main Stadium should remain a priority to get the best out of the Games both for the taxpayer and local people.”

Published:
26 Feb 2010
BBC building

The BBC’s management of three major estate projects

The BBC Trust has today published an independent report prepared by the National Audit Office (NAO) on the BBC’s management of three major estates projects. These were the refurbishment and redevelopment of Broadcasting House in London, the construction of Pacific Quay in Glasgow and the Corporation’s forthcoming move to Salford Quays.

Published:
25 Feb 2010
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The BBC’s management of its coverage of major sporting and music events: review by the Comptroller and Auditor General presented to the BBC Trust’s Finance and Compliance Committee, 13 January 2010

“Millions of people enjoy the coverage of major sporting and music events provided by the BBC. But, particularly given the current economic conditions, the BBC has not done enough to demonstrate that its coverage provides the best possible value for money. When the BBC decides that it wants to cover a major sporting or music event, it should carefully explore a range of options, and set down clear objectives against which it can measure its achievements after the event. Without that, the BBC will not convince licence fee payers that their money has been well spent.”

Published:
28 Jan 2010