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Open Public Services Progress Report 2014
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
1. Introduction Our public services are being transformed. The old,…
The 2014 progress report on Open Public Services shows how our reforms are giving people choice and control over the services they use.
The Open Public Services Update 2013 demonstrates progress in increasing individual choice while modernising public services.
This series brings together all documents relating to the government's work to make public services more open.
Annual progress updates on implementation of the government’s programme of public sector reform.
The Choice Charter sets out government principles to increase choice in public services and what users should receive from their services.
The Barriers to Choice Review, or the Boyle Review, is an independent review by David Boyle about public demand for choice in public services.
The Adult Social Care Choice Framework sets out the choices people are able to make in relation to their care and support.
A new initiative will build on existing evidence-based policy making to guide decision-making in public services.
Guidance on the choices available to current social tenants, including Right to Buy, HomeSwap Direct and Right to Manage.
Government response to the consultation on proposals for greater patient involvement and more choice.
Summary of responses to the 'Open public services white paper'.
Promotional leaflet outlining the principles of open public services, with examples.
White paper setting out the government’s programme for open public services.
Open Public Services (OPS) is the government's reform programme for public services. We work with people across government, local government, the private sector and civil society to make sure that everyone has access to…
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