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This strategy sets out the vision and ambitions of the Government Finance Function in a single cohesive document.
Who we are Those of us who work in the Civil Service understand it as a…
HM Treasury guidance on how to appraise and evaluate policies, projects and programmes.
1. Introduction The Green Book is guidance issued by HM Treasury on how to…
To help with efficient planning and approval of spending proposals for…
Finance Global Design Principles have been developed for 12 areas of the finance taxonomy, to promote convergence and best practice across government.
The purpose of this government standard is to set expectations for the effective management and use of public funds.
This guidance establishes the concept of risk management.
The home of Government Finance Function on GOV.UK. The Government Finance Function exists to enable the delivery of high quality public services and to ensure that public money is spent efficiently and effectively.
The Government Finance Function’s Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing Strategy seeks to embed cultural and behavioural change, support wellbeing, and improve functional diversity and inclusion data quality and visibility.
The Government Finance Function exists to enable the delivery of high quality public services and to ensure that public money is spent efficiently and effectively.
The Government Finance Function services and standards and the professional network it supports.
The Government Finance Academy provides a cohesive learning and development offer for finance professionals across the Civil Service.
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