The Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) is a significant part of the government’s commitment to spend £4.7 billion on research and development over four years. The ISCF also supports the ambitions set out in the government’s Industrial Strategy. UK Research & Innovation (UKRI), established in April 2018, is responsible for implementing the ISCF, which is … Read more
This report examines the implementation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.
23 Oct 2020
This report will cover government’s progress with securing access to potential vaccines and determining how they will be administered.
The C&AG has reported on the 2019-20 Ministry of Defence accounts.
22 Oct 2020
A summary of the BBC Group spending in 2019-20, its major areas of activity and performance, and the challenges it is likely to face in the coming year, based on the insights from our financial audit and value for money work
20 Oct 2020
This study will examine the value gained from the NHS’s arrangements with Nightingale and independent hospitals during the pandemic.
Transport is the UK’s largest source of carbon emissions and the bulk of these come from cars. Government wants people to switch to cars that do not emit carbon dioxide to eliminate emissions by 2050. By 2030, government wants between 50% and 70% of new cars to be ultra-low emission (plug in hybrids), and by … Read more
This report considers what the Superfast Broadband Programme has delivered and the lessons for government’s roll-out of nationwide gigabit broadband.
16 Oct 2020
Examining transport accessibility to key local services in England About this tool Local public transport provision influences how people can access the services they need, including healthcare, education, employment, leisure and business facilities. The Department for Transport (DfT) and other organisations have identified that investment in local transport supports economic growth, helps build sustainable communities … Read more
15 Oct 2020
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