Corporate report

Government major projects portfolio data for DECC 2013

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Publication of Quarter 2 2012-13 Government major projects portfolio (GMPP) data as part of the Major Projects Authority Annual Report.

Documents

DECC data

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DECC data

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DECC data

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Detail

As part of the transparency policy for publication of major projects data the Major Projects Authority (MPA) has published its first Annual Report. It includes a set of combined data of the Government’s Major Projects Portfolio, progress and future priorities. In addition, each government department has published detailed information about their Government Major Project Portfolio (GMPP). This includes the MPA RAG rating, key project data including financial information (whole life cost, annual budget and forecast spend) and timetable. This data is six months in arrears and will be updated every twelve months.

The publication of this data represents a fundamental step forward in the Government’s drive for transparency.