July SRP progress reports published
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Report on the government's implementation of its Structural Reform Plan (SRP) commitments.
The first monthly reports detailing the government’s implementation of its Structural Reform Plan (SRP) commitments were published today.
Or individual reports can be downloaded below:
- Cabinet Office SRP progress report (PDF, 91KB)
- Department for Business, Innovation and Skills SRP progress report (PDF, 94KB)
- Department for Communities and Local Government SRP progress report (PDF, 74KB)
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport SRP progress report (PDF, 72KB)
- Department for Education SRP progress report (PDF, 70KB)
- Department of Energy and Climate Change SRP progress report (PDF, 74KB)
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs SRP progress report (PDF, 70KB)
- Department of Health SRP progress report (PDF, 67KB)
- Department for International Development SRP progress report (PDF, 75KB)
- Department for Work and Pensions SRP progress report (PDF, 75KB)
- Home Office SRP progress report (PDF, 79KB)
- Ministry of Justice SRP progress report (PDF, 69KB)
- Political Reform SRP progress report (PDF, 73KB)
The Prime Minister launched the Draft Structural Reform Plans earlier this month with departments setting out their reform priorities and the actions they will take to achieve them, within a specified timetable and alongside measureable milestones. Draft Structural Reform Plans are the key tool of the Coalition Government for ensuring that departments are accountable for the implementation of the reforms set out in the Coalition Agreement.
They replace the old, top-down systems of targets and central micromanagement. The reforms set out in each department’s SRP are designed to turn government on its head, taking power away from Whitehall and putting it into the hands of people and communities.
The publication of regular monthly reports on the progress departments are making will promote openness and transparency across government and will allow people to check that departments are meeting their commitments.
The progress being made against more than 400 commitments is detailed in today’s reports.
Read more: Department Structural Reform Plans.