This Institute for Government publication offers options to help secretaries of state to manage the major challenges they face.
The Institute for Government (IfG) has published a report on Whitehall machinery of government changes, which contains recommendations for the new government.
New insights from science and behaviour change could lead to significantly improved outcomes, and at a lower cost, than the way many conventional policy tools are used.
MINDSPACE explores how behaviour change theory can help meet current policy challenges, such as how to:
A free media has long been regarded as the cornerstone of effective democracy.
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.