A report showing who paid for the Public Guardianship Office and how it spent that money.
The Public Guardianship Office (PGO) provided financial protection services for people with mental incapacity in England and Wales. The PGO was an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice, until it was replaced by the Office of the Public Guardian in 2007.
This report includes details of:
- PGO’s income and spending
- performance improvements
- strategic objectives
- enduring power of attorney case studies
This paper was laid before Parliament in response to a legislative requirement or as a Return to an Address and was ordered to be printed by the House of Commons on 10 July 2007.