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Update on the Treasury minutes to the thirty-fifth report, together with the fifty seventh to sixty fifth reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2006 to 2007

This publication was published under the 2005 to 2010 Labour government

This document contains the following information: Update on the Treasury from the Committee of Public Accounts 2006 to 2007

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Update on the Treasury minutes to the thirty-fifth report, together with the fifty seventh to sixty fifth reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2006-2007

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This document contains the following information: 35th report BBC outsourcing: the contract between the BBC and Siemens Business Service; 57th report Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: reducing the reliance on landfill in England; 58th report Estimating and monitoring the costs of building roads in England; 59th report Pay modernisation: a new contract for NHS consultants in England; 60th report Big science: public investment in large scientific facilities; 61st report Managing the Defence Estate; 62nd report The Thames Gateway: laying the foundations; 63rd report HM Treasury: tendering and benchmarking in PFI; 64th report The management of staff sickness absence in the Department for Transport and its agencies; 65th Report Filing of VAT and company tax returns

The reports were published as HC 118 (ISBN 9780215034816); HC 212 (ISBN 9780215036919); HC 426 (ISBN 9780215037084); HC 506 (ISBN 9780215037299); HC 521 (ISBN 9780215037152); HC 537 (ISBN 9780215037473); HC 693 (ISBN 9780215037206); HC 754 (ISBN 9780215037350); HC 791 (9780215037213); HC 548 (ISBN 9780215037602)

This Command Paper was laid before Parliament by a Government Minister by Command of Her Majesty. Command Papers are considered by the Government to be of interest to Parliament but are not required to be presented by legislation.