This report will provide a factual overview of NHS backlogs and waiting times following the COVID-19 pandemic.
This study will examine whether the Department for Education is supporting schools in a way that improves their financial sustainability.
Higher education providers can have a fundamental influence on the future lives of graduates, with consequences for the national economy – but to do so they must be financially viable and remain sustainable. Providers are independent bodies, and the sector’s financial sustainability is heavily dependent on student fee income, top-up grant funding, and government research … Read more
This report sets out the lessons for government and departments to learn from the experience of implementing digital change.
21 Jul 2021
This investigation will examine the way government is managing its COVID-19 contracts and the goods it has received to date.
Background The data visualisation below describes changes in English local authorities’ financial circumstances over the last decade. It updates a number of pieces of analysis originally set out in our 2018 report Financial sustainability of local authorities 2018 and its accompanying data visualisation (2018). It also draws on and updates analysis and findings from our 2016 report Financial sustainability of local authorities: capital expenditure and resourcing and its data visualisation (2016), and our 2020 … Read more
20 Jul 2021
This good practice guidance reflects upon findings and recommendations drawn from 209 reports concerning 350 commercial arrangements that it has published over the past 20 years – including recent examinations of commercial activities triggered in response to the global pandemic.
20 Jul 2021
The C&AG has reported on the 2020-21 accounts of the Serious Fraud Office.
16 Jul 2021
This study will examine whether the government has protected value for money in managing reductions in Official Development Assistance spending.
This study will examine how well placed the government is to meet its objectives for the COVID-19 vaccine programme.