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The Coalition Government has today published updated business plans for each government department with full details of changes made to the plans since they were first published in November 2010 (May 13th)

The 2011 business plans reflect an updated assessment of when the Government will implement its commitments set out in the Programme for Government.

They also now include actions on growth and social mobility, and some minor presentation changes, including incorporating milestones into the main section of the business plans.

Department Business plans set out in detail the work of the Government, and include data such as financial information, Structural Reform Plans and department priorities.

The Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and the head of the civil service, Cabinet Secretary Gus O’Donnell, first launched the departmental business plans in November 2010 setting set out in detail the work of Government for the next four years. The plans marked the start of a major change in the way government works by increasing accountability directly to the public.

Departments will continue to provide progress updates on their structural reform plans, which are part of the business plans. This will ensure that anyone can check that departments are meeting their commitments.


Source: Cabinet Office

Written by Scott Buckler
Friday, 13 May 2011 13:01

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