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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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Published:
27 Apr 2016

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Framework to review models

This framework provides a structured, flexible approach to reviewing models. It is intended to aid those commissioning or undertaking analysis of a model with the aim of determining whether the model is robust and reasonable.

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Published:
18 Mar 2016

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Government’s spending with small and medium-sized enterprises

If the government is serious about increasing its use of small and medium – sized enterprises (SMEs), it will need to focus on those areas where SMEs can deliver real benefits.

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9 Mar 2016

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Building Public Trust Awards – Examples of good practice in annual reports 2015

The Building Public Trust Awards recognise outstanding corporate reporting that builds trust and transparency. This interactive document illustrates a range of good practice examples in public sector reports.

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8 Mar 2016

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Accountability to Parliament for taxpayers’ money

The incentives on government Accounting Officers to prioritise value for money are weak compared to those associated with the day-to-day job of satisfying Ministers.

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23 Feb 2016

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Fraud landscape review

The exact scale of fraud within government is unknown. The quality and completeness of fraud data is often variable.

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23 Feb 2016

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Investigation into members’ experience of civil service pension administration

The NAO has published the findings from its investigation into members’ experience of civil service pension administration.

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11 Feb 2016

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Investigation into the acceptance of gifts and hospitality

The NAO has published the findings from its investigation into the acceptance of gifts and hospitality by government officials.

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9 Feb 2016

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Use of consultants and temporary staff

Annual spending on consultants and temporary staff has reduced by £1.5 billion since 2010 when strict spending controls were introduced. However, annual spend is now increasing once more and is between £400 million and £600 million higher than in 2011-12.

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Published:
13 Jan 2016

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Delivering major projects in government: a briefing for the Committee of Public Accounts

A third of major government projects due to deliver in the next five years are rated as in doubt or unachievable unless action is taken to improve delivery. Greater transparency on project performance is required.

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6 Jan 2016

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