This report will set out the scale of COVID-19-related procurement, how rules have changed and the management of associated risks.
Commissioning and contract management
This memorandum focuses on the design, operation and oversight of the Home Office’s contract with G4S to run Brook House.
22 Jul 2019
With charities such as museums and galleries relying increasingly on donations to supplement public grant funding, this report summarises the issues faced and best-practice management of the risks associated with donations as a source of income.
4 Aug 2017
Investigation into the matching of funds from the Grassroots Grants Programme with donations from The W O Street Charitable Foundation
The NAO’s findings from its investigation into whether £1.3m of donations from a charity, the William Openshaw Street Foundation, were eligible to be matched with funds from the Cabinet Office’s Grassroots Grants Programme.
21 Jul 2015
The Compact is a voluntary agreement that sets out shared principles for effective partnership working between the government and voluntary and civil society organisations in England. This report examines departments’ progress in implementing the recommendations in our 2012 report on the Compact.
6 Jan 2015
This paper draws together evidence on the current landscape of charity regulation and the charity sector more generally. It was prepared for the Public Administration Select Committee.
17 Jul 2012
The Compact is a voluntary agreement that sets out shared principles for effective partnership working between the government and voluntary and civil society organisations in England.
9 Jan 2012
Decommissioning: How to decommission public services delivered by civil society organisations and maintain value for money
This guide provides practical advice on how to plan for and manage the decommissioning of public services delivered by civil society organisations (CSOs) and maintain value for money while doing so.
8 Jul 2011
The Successful Commissioning guide is useful for all commissioners, procurement officers and managers, and grants officers who work in local authorities and local health organisations, including in primary care trusts. Third sector organisations will find the tool useful in thinking about their involvement in delivering public services.
8 Mar 2010
“Intelligent Monitoring” is the term we use for putting into practice the principles of good monitoring and for avoiding the pitfalls of poor practice in monitoring.
1 Jun 2009