Public spending & reporting
This is where you can find a range of information and documents including the Whole of Government Accounts, transparency releases, COINS, financial reporting and the 2010 Spending Review - which fixed spending budgets for each Government department up to 2014-15.
COINS: publishing data from the database
The release of COINS data is just the first step in the Government's commitment to data transparency on Government spending
Financial Reporting Advisory Board
The FRAB is an independent advisory body fulfilling a statutory role to advise the Treasury on Financial reporting principles and standards for Government.
Financial reporting - Budgeting and classification
Guidance on the Consolidated Budgeting Guidance and Classification Papers
Financial reporting - Parliamentary Supply Estimates
Key documents including Main Estimates, Supplementary Estimates, Votes on Account and Supplementary Budgetary Information.
Financial management and reporting in central government
Incorporates the latest data on Government Financial Reporting, including The Financial Reporting Manual, resource accounts and the Whole of Government Accounts.
Governance and risk management
Improving government's capability to manage risk and uncertainty: Guidance on governance, risk management, internal audit, fraud and quality assurance of government models.
Government Financial Reporting Manual
The Financial Reporting Manual (FReM) is the technical accounting guide that complements guidance on the handling of public funds published separately by the relevant authorities.
Improving Spending Control
The Government set out the framework to strengthen and improve control over public spending.
The Treasury has improved its project approval processes and the Major Projects Authority has been established in the Cabinet Office. You’ll find joint guidance explaining revised processes in this section.
Reducing the Government deficit
The Government has said its most urgent priority is to tackle the UK's record deficit in order to restore confidence in our economy and support the recovery. Read more about the plan.
Publishing central government expenditure
Whole of Government Accounts
WGA is a consolidation of the accounts of about 1500 bodies from central government, devolved admnistrations, the health service, local government and public corporations
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