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A guide to the current consolidated list of asset freeze targets, and a list of persons subject to restrictive measures in view of Russia's actions destabilising the situation in the Ukraine.
HM Treasury guidance on how to appraise and evaluate policies, projects and programmes.
This publication offers guidance on how to handle public funds.
The government’s plan for action to significantly reduce childhood obesity by supporting healthier choices.
Certain persons and entities associated with the ISIL (Da'esh) and Al-Qaida organisations are subject to financial sanctions.
This page provides a current list of those who are currently subject to financial sanctions for believed involvement in terrorist activity.
The government financial reporting manual is the technical accounting guide for the preparation of financial statements.
This guidance provides a framework within which all civil service departments will set pay for 2018 to 2019.
The Prosperity Fund aims to remove barriers to economic growth and promote the economic reform and development needed to reduce poverty in partner countries.
HM Treasury guidance on what to consider when designing an evaluation.
Information on the approach OFSI takes to financial sanctions and monetary penalties for breaches in financial sanctions.
This guidance establishes the concept of risk management.
Find out more information on the Equitable Life Payment Scheme.
Overview of the UK’s fintech industry, highlighting the UK’s appeal as a destination for entrepreneurs and investors.
Guidance for producing quality analysis for government.
The Central African Republic is currently subject to financial sanctions.
Template for central government and English local government Whole of Government Accounts.
Read this document to find out the legal classification and import rate for products being imported into the UK.
Supplementary guidance to the Green Book on estimates for a project's costs, benefits and duration in the absence of robust primary evidence.
A tool to help public and private sector infrastructure providers improve the delivery of their projects and programmes.
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