This study will examine the progress with planning for the decommissioning of AGRs, and risks to value for money.
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This report will examine the Department for International Trade’s progress with trade negotiations, including converting existing EU trade agreements.
This report will consider how well government has learned and applied lessons from previous local growth programmes.
This report will provide a factual overview of NHS backlogs and waiting times following the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report will examine measures in place to support the use of evaluation evidence in government to produce better outcomes
This investigation will examine what government is doing to protect public money in relation to the Bounce Back Loan Scheme.
This report examines the BBC’s progress in making savings and the impact of savings on its content and news coverage.
This report will examine whether the regulation of private renting supports government’s aim to make the sector fair and affordable.
This report will assess the value for money of the child maintenance system.
This report will assess government’s progress in achieving the aims of the Female Offender Strategy
Government relies on hundreds – possibly thousands – of models for a huge variety of critical activities, from forecasting spending plans to guiding operational decision making. It is increasingly relying on these models with more data now available and an increased emphasis on evidence-driven decision-making. Government last published guidance on modelling – the Aqua Book … Read more
This study will examine how well placed the government is to meet its objectives for the COVID-19 vaccine programme.
Off-payroll working tax rules can apply if a worker (sometimes known as a contractor) provides their services to the client through their own limited company or another type of intermediary. The rules aim to make sure that workers who would have been an employee if they were providing their services directly to the client pay … Read more
This investigation will examine the way government is managing its COVID-19 contracts and the goods it has received to date.
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 study will examine whether the government has protected value for money in managing reductions in Official Development Assistance spending.
The study will assess MOD’s performance in managing the Ajax armoured vehicle programme.
This investigation will set out the activities the Financial Conduct Authority has undertaken to regulate the financial advice given to members of the British Steel Pension Scheme, its plans for supporting steelworkers who may be entitled to redress, and the extent to which compensation is being delivered.
This study will examine how regulators have responded to the challenges and opportunities of EU Exit.