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Register Of All-Party Groups [as at 27 July 2012]

To encourage interest in aviation and to arrange meetings and briefings on aviation issues with airlines, airports, the Civil Aviation Authority, trade unions and other relevant organisations and individuals. To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

Working for Scotland: The Government’s Programme for Scotland 2012-2013

The Scottish Government’s approach to delivering its objectives is built around working in collaboration and partnership; and focusing on prevention rather than waiting until more expensive crisis interventions are needed.   To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

NHS data accuracy is getting better, but there is still room for improvement

The Audit Commission has found that the quality of data being used by the health service’s Payment by Results (PbR) system has improved since it reviewed all NHS acute trusts last year. To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

Local Pay, Local Growth: Reforming pay setting in the public sector

Rebalancing the pay and pensions of public sector workers so that they are in line with that of equivalent workers in the private sector would save the UK £6.3 billion a year in public spending. This money would be better... (Continue reading)

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Review of the data systems for the Department for Transport

Review of a sample of the data systems underpinning the input and impact indicators in the Department for Transport’s Business Plan, Common Areas of Spend and wider management information. To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

Review of the data systems for the Cabinet Office

Review of a sample of the data systems underpinning the input and impact indicators in the Cabinet Office’s Business Plan, Common Areas of Spend and wider management information. To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

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Treasury Committee publishes responses to its Budget Report

The Treasury Committee has published responses from the Government and the Office for Budget Responsibility to its report on the Budget 2012. To read the report, click here... (Continue reading)

£38 billion of prime residential development planned for London, EC Harris finds

The volume of prime residential property being planned for London continues to surge, with over 15,000 units worth in excess of £38 billion currently earmarked for development over the next ten years according to EC Harris, the global built asset... (Continue reading)

Access to cash machines for basic bank account holders

The Treasury Committee has a long standing interest in financial inclusion. The Committee’s recent report on the future of cheques played an important role in persuading the Payments Council to reverse its decision to close cheque clearing by 2018. Previous... (Continue reading)

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Improving the efficiency of central government office property

Central government office estate comprises over 5 million m2 of space and costs around £1.8 billion a year to run. Rationalisation of the estate therefore offers the public sector the chance to secure significant efficiency savings. From 2004 to 2010,... (Continue reading)

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