Corporate report

Comprehensive spending review April 2008 - March 2011

For the Spending Review period (CSR 07) effective from 2008-09 to 2010-11, each government department developed a set of Departmental Strategic Objectives (DSOs) to demonstrate their core business objectives, in addition to contributing to a number of new cross-government PSAs.

Documents

HM Revenue & Customs Asset Management Strategy

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HM Revenue & Customs Value for Money Delivery Agreement (revised) - April 2009

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HM Revenue & Customs Value for Money Delivery Agreement - February 2008

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Details

HMRC’s DSOs for the Comprehensive Spending Review 2007 period are:

  • DSO 1 - Improve the extent to which individuals and businesses pay the tax due and receive the credits and payments to which they are entitled
  • DSO 2 - Improve customers’ experiences of HMRC and improve the UK business environment
  • DSO 3 - Reduce the risk of the illicit import and export of material which might harm the UK’s physical and social well-being
Published 1 February 2008