The Home Office business plan sets out in detail the scale of reforms the government is undertaking.
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The Home Office business plan 2012 to 2015 sets out in detail the scale of reforms that the government is undertaking. It changes the way that the department is held accountable for putting policies into practice, giving members of the public a greater level of detail on the work of government. It includes our coalition priorities and the key actions we need to deliver, along with details of our departmental expenditure and transparency agenda.
The document ‘Home Office business plan 2012 to 2015: indicators and other key data’ sets out information that will enable the public to assess the value for money and productivity of the services for which the Home Office is responsible, holding us more effectively to account.
This business plan updates the previous versions, published in May 2011 and in November 2010.
The business plan has 4 sections:
- coalition priorities
- structural reform plan
- departmental expenditure
The business plan is supported by 3 annexes:
- annex A: cross-government priorities
- annex B: additional department actions
- annex C: completed structural reform actions