Departmental Business Plans published
- Department for Culture, Media & Sport
- Part of:
- Elite sports performance, 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy, Arts and culture, Media and creative industries, Museums and galleries, Sports participation, Equality, Tourism, Conservation of historic buildings and monuments, Gambling regulation, National Lottery funding, Library services, National events and ceremonies, Broadband investment, and Communications and telecomms
- First published:
- 15 July 2011
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
An updated assessment of when the Government will implement its commitments.
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. They also include data such as financial information, Structural Reform Plans and department priorities.
The DCMS Business Plan sets out in detail how we will boost economic growth, equip the country for future success and transform the way we deliver culture, media, sport and tourism. Transparency will be at the centre of everything we do. We want to provide the public with useful information so they can judge our performance for themselves. We have developed a range of indicators (XLS 26kb) to help the public judge our success and value for money.
Departments will continue to provide progress updates on their Structural Reform Plans, which are part of the business plans to ensure anyone can check that departments are meeting their commitments on a monthly basis.
Published: 15 July 2011
Part of: Elite sports performance 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy Arts and culture Media and creative industries Museums and galleries Sports participation Equality Tourism Conservation of historic buildings and monuments Gambling regulation National Lottery funding Library services National events and ceremonies Broadband investment Communications and telecomms