This Overview summarises the Department’s responsibilities on how it spends its money and its key developments of work.
12 Feb 2019
We help Parliament hold government to account for spending public money and, in so doing, drive improvements in public services. To achieve this, we provide system wide, integrated and independent public audit, drawing on the distinctive framework of rights set out for us by Parliament.
This memorandum supports the Public Accounts Committee’s examination of the government’s preparedness for ‘no deal’
This memorandum sets out background information about the Crossrail programme and the current position
This report builds on our previous work and takes stock of the Ministry of Justice’s Transforming Rehabilitation reforms
Our interactive data visualisation lets you explore the changes in the pattern of apprenticeship starts and maps showing where apprenticeships are taking place.
An investigation into Verify, the government’s identity verification platform. It examines its performance, costs and benefits.
This report assesses whether the apprenticeships programme is providing value for money.
This report assesses the Ministry of Defence’s approach to reducing and reforming its civilian workforce.
This briefing describes the Civil Contingencies Secretariat’s contingency preparations for the UK exiting the EU without a deal.