Publication scheme

Each government department and agency has a publication scheme, which makes information available to the public about how it operates and how it spends its budget.

You don’t need to make a Freedom of Information (FOI) request for these.

The publication scheme specifies the categories of information the Government Internal Audit Agency publishes, and explains how to get that information.

Who we are and what we do

This includes:

What we spend and how we spend it

Our income and expenditure is published in our annual report and accounts each year.

This information will be published in our next annual accounts which is due to be published in July 2019.

Our policies and procedures

This includes;

The services we offer

Requests for information must be made in writing and sent to:

Correspondence and enquiries

Government Internal Audit Agency
10 Victoria Street

London
SW1H 0NB

Please note that, in common with most government bodies, we have removed 'GSI' from our email addresses - if you find that an email ending in @giaa.gsi.gov.uk bounces back, please amend it to @giaa.gov.uk

Types of information we won’t publish

We generally won’t publish information that is:

  • protected from disclosure
  • in draft form
  • no longer readily available