Corporate report

Information Strategy

This Strategy shows that good information management is seen as crucial to the work of DFID and sets out how we are meeting the Information Principles that were set for all government departments in December 2011.

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

This publication was withdrawn on

The 2013 version of the DFID Information Strategy is no longer current. Progress on the actions is being documented.

Documents

DFID Information Strategy

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Details

The Information Strategy explains how DFID is addressing the Information Principles to help meet its overriding objective of ending poverty through more effective policy making and delivery of our development programmes, services and operations. The Strategy is part of a suite of inter-related strategies that set out how DFID is addressing cross government requirements.

Published 1 May 2013