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A Statement of Facts and Grounds
A witness statement from the Cabinet Office to the Covid-19 Inquiry
A letter from the Cabinet Office to the Covid-19 Inquiry
The average number of staff working in Civil Service headquarter buildings (weekly and monthly).
This page gives Freedom of Information statistics for central government bodies from October to December 2022.
A note of the meetings held by the Interministerial Standing Committee
Our networks offer help and support to civil servants and raise awareness of some of the barriers faced by our underrepresented groups.
Investors and businesses may be legally required to tell the government about certain sensitive acquisitions under the National Security and Investment Act.
Details of individuals with historic claims to take part in the Coronation have been revealed.
Contact details for local resilience forums in the UK, and information about what they do.
This page contains the draft Border Target Operating Model, setting out a new approach to importing into Great Britain that will be progressively introduced from the end of October 2023.
Notes of meetings of the Inter-Ministerial Group for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
This page brings together information relating to the activity of the Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee.
This data provides details of Cabinet Office spend over £25,000 since 1 April 2010.
This data provides details on Government Procurement Card spend over £500 for Cabinet Office.
Recent honours lists, reports on how honours operate and changes to the system, leaflets and details of how to make a nomination.
Fifth report on operation of the reformed honours system.
This Procurement Policy Note sets out changes to public procurement obligations arising out of the UK’s new Free Trade Agreements with Australia & New Zealand.
Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are groups of ministers that can take collective decisions that are binding across government.
This collection brings together all procurement policy notes, providing guidance on best practice for public sector procurement.
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