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A list of central government’s most important contracts, also showing up to three relevant Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for those contracts, and the performance of the vendor against those KPIs.
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.
Read the minutes of the Board of Commissioners meeting on 23 November 2020.
This bulletin focuses on the public sector fraud landscape in central government, and the levels of fraud and error loss outside of the tax and welfare system.
The government’s response to the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament report, ‘Northern Ireland-Related Terrorism'.
Data on gifts and hospitality received by senior officials, and meetings they attended with senior media figures.
This publication provides data on Central Government direct and indirect spend with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Data on gifts that special advisers' gave and received, hospitality and external meetings.
Data on gifts that ministers gave and received, their external meetings and any overseas travel.
This page summarises advice given under the business appointment rules to applicants at SCS2 and SCS1 level and equivalents.
Sickness absence data for the Civil Service.
Centrally approved new spending on advertising, commercial, consultancy and professional services, technology and property.
Details of all commercial sales of central government surplus land.
An overview of potential upcoming commercial activity for the department.
This annual report for the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) for 2019 to 2020 explains the impact of CSSF programmes.
Information about Crown Representatives and the strategic suppliers they work with.
This page gives information on the new Government Skills and Curriculum Unit (GSCU) and how the new approach to training will be delivered.
List of senior civil servants and senior officials in departments, agencies and non-departmental public bodies earning £150,000 and above.
The New Year Honours list for 2021 recognises the achievements and service of extraordinary people across the United Kingdom.
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