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Departmental sustainability overview: Department for Transport

This briefing responds to a request from the Environmental Audit Committee to review sustainability within the Department for Transport.

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29 Apr 2016

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Transforming Rehabilitation

Probation services have been restructured on time and within cost targets during a period of major change but operational problems and risks to further service transformation need to be resolved if re-offending levels are to reduce.

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28 Apr 2016

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The commissioning of specialised services in the NHS

Against a backdrop of increasing pressure on NHS finances, NHS England has not controlled the rising cost of specialised services.

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27 Apr 2016

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Managing the welfare cap

The welfare cap is encouraging a greater understanding of spending on some benefits and tax credits across government, but it is important that processes for managing the cap are reliable.

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27 Apr 2016

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Mental health services: preparations for improving access

The Department of Health and NHS England are making progress but much remains to be done to improve access to mental health services.

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21 Apr 2016

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Comptroller and Auditor General’s Report on the Department for Education’s financial statements 2014-15

Amyas Morse, the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG), has provided an adverse opinion on the truth and fairness of the Department for Education’s group financial statements.

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20 Apr 2016

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English devolution deals

Devolution deals to devolve power from central government to local areas in England offer opportunities to stimulate economic growth and reform public services for local users, but the arrangements are untested and government could do more to provide confidence that these deals will achieve the benefits intended

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20 Apr 2016

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Investigation into the Department of Energy & Climate Change’s loans to the Green Deal Finance Company

The Department of Energy and Climate Change’s Green Deal design not only failed to deliver any meaningful benefit, it increased suppliers’ costs – and therefore energy bills – in meeting their obligations through the ECO scheme.

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14 Apr 2016

Infrared houses

Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation

The Department of Energy and Climate Change’s Green Deal design not only failed to deliver any meaningful benefit, it increased suppliers’ costs – and therefore energy bills – in meeting their obligations through the ECO scheme.

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14 Apr 2016

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The impact of state pension reforms on people with Guaranteed Minimum Pensions

The Department for Work and Pension has limited information about who will be affected by the impact of state pension reforms in April 2016 on people with Guaranteed Minimum Pensions. The impact will depend on a number of factors, and some people are likely to lose out. The Department is now seeking to improve how it communicates the impact of pension reforms.

24 March 2016

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24 Mar 2016

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