Universal Credit is helping people prepare for work, move into work and increasing their earnings in work.
Universal Credit ensures that claimants are better off in work than they are on benefits. It is available to people who are on a low income or out of work. It is replacing 6 former benefits with a single monthly payment.
The Universal Credit bulletins provide local authority staff with updates on developments with Universal Credit and Universal Support.
These bulletins will be issued as and when needed and are designed to mirror the style of Housing Benefit circulars and bulletins DWP uses to communicate with local authorities.