The Institute for Government carried out a year-long study to examine whether the centre is ready to face the challenges of the future.
The report examined whether the centre of government is able to ensure that IT enables government to meet its objectives effectively and efficiently.
This briefing note sets out key information for the politicians and officials involved in tackling the UK’s current fiscal situation.
Westminster perceives minority government as weak, unstable, incoherent and short term in its approach to policy.
Catherine Haddon and Peter Riddell examine what happens when a general election leads to a change of government from one political party to another.
The effective management of a country's public finances is a cornerstone of good government.
Over the past five years, Whitehall has produced an unprecedented amount of information about its own corporate performance. But the data emerging from capability reviews, performance reports and staff surveys has rarely been brought together in an accessible format.
The Institute conducted a project examining government performance management from April to November 2008.