Five things the UK Government should publish
Published: 21st September 2018
The UK has made a lot of progress on government data in recent years. But problems remain.
Published: 3rd September 2018
How Parliament has spent its time and taxpayers’ money in the year from the 2017 State Opening of Parliament.
The General Election, Brexit and beyond
Published: 25th January 2018
The turnover of ministers is impeding the Government's progress on Brexit, major projects and the challenges for public services.
The civil service as it faces Brexit
Published: 26th January 2017
The Government is trying to do too much as it prepares for Brexit, according to our analysis.
The Coalition in 163 charts
Published: 19th November 2015
Whitehall Monitor aims to chart government – literally. We analyse and visualise numbers from and about government – on everything from staff numbers to public perceptions.
How governments measured their impact, 2014-15
Published: 2nd April 2015
In this special Whitehall Monitor report, we look at one element of the Coalition’s performance measurement regime: impact indicators.
A data-driven analysis of the size, shape and performance of Whitehall
Published: 18th November 2014
The Whitehall Monitor 2014 aims to chart government – using data to analyse the size, shape and performance of Whitehall and present it in an understandable, compelling and useful way.
Whitehall Monitor with Spend Network
Published: 26th June 2014
This report looks at government spending with private service providers.
Annual commentary and analysis on the size, shape and performance of Whitehall
Published: 29th August 2013
This report aims to build a systematic framework for thinking about the effectiveness of Whitehall. It focuses on the three elements needed to judge effectiveness: the resources Whitehall has available to it (inputs), what it does with them (outputs) and whether it achieves its...