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Business Plans: track progress in implementing our policies

These are the Government’s Business Plans for each department. They set out:

  • Coalition Priorities
  • Key policy and implementation actions for the remainder of this Parliament
  • Expenditure for each remaining year of this Spending Review period
  • Other departmental data, including an organogram, input and impact indicators and a section on Open Data.

You can use this site to track the Government’s progress in implementing the actions set out in the Business Plans. The graphs provide an overview of implementation progress across the full set of actions.

Click on a department to see its Business Plan commitments in full and their current status.

Current status of actions

Actions completed on time

Actions completed last month

Title
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
3.6.i. Ensure good communication of the National Loan Guarantee Scheme and Business Finance Partnership, working with HM Treasury
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
5.1.vii. Increase awareness of shared parental leave
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
1.2.iv. Launch a network of Quantum Technology Hubs aimed at realising the potentially transformative impact of quantum technoloy across business, government and society
Department for Communities and Local Government
1.1.iv. Support Local Enterprise Partnerships to develop Local Growth Deals that are focused on economic growth
Department for Communities and Local Government
3.2.iii. Support local communities to develop neighbourhood plans
Department for Communities and Local Government
2.10.ii. Implement the housing standards review by publishing changes to regulations and statutory guidance
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
1.7.ii. Simplify livestock movement rules through completion of roll out of the sheep movement database and entry into force of electonric ID for all sheep
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2.4.i. Invest £100m through the International Climate Fund to improve biodiversity through preserving forests, sustainable agriculture, and low-carbon development
Department for International Development
1.1.ii. Support, as part of the Africa Free Trade Initiative, action to cut by 30% the average time taken for goods to cross international borders in at least five locations in Eastern and Southern Africa
Department for International Development
1.4.iii. Support regulatory reform in at least three countries so as to encourage the growth of mobile money transfer and banking services for poor people
Department for International Development
1.4.iv. Develop and test at least 10 innovations in humanitarian practice
Department for International Development
2.2.vi. Contribute through the GAVI Alliance to increase access to immunisation against preventable diseases
Department for International Development
3.1.i. Support interventions that expand choice and empowerment and make institutions more accountable to citizens in at least ten country programmes and report on progress
Department for International Development
3.1.iv. Strengthen the use of media and social media for increased access to information, transparency, accountability and public dialogue in at least ten countries
Department for International Development
3.5.i. Create a Digital advisory panel to review and challenge how we deliver our Digital Strategy
Department for International Development
6.1.iii. Develop a framework for assessing the effectiveness of climate spend through the UK’s International Climate Fund, and use this to support enhanced monitoring and evaluation by the international climate finance architecture
Department of Health
2.9.v. Publish a second annual report following up progress in delivering agreed actions
Department of Health
6.4.v. Fund a National Bio-Sample Repository in the South of England to support health research
Ministry of Defence
2.1.ii. Distribute £35M in fines for LIBOR manipulation to Service Personnel and their families through the Armed Forces Covenant and Forces’ Charities
Ministry of Defence
2.4.i. Implement support fund for state schools with Service Children (to mitigate effects of mobility and deployment)
Ministry of Defence
5.1.i. Work alongside the Afghanistan Government and the Afghan National Security Forces to provide a sustainable security framework up to and after 2014
Ministry of Defence
5.1.ii. Develop and deliver a plan, in conjunction with Coalition partners and the Government of Afghanistan, for the development of Afghan National Security Forces capability and the progressive transition of security responsibility within Afghanistan to the Afghan National Security Forces
Ministry of Justice
7.1.iii. Commence phase II of the change to a “20 year rule” for the release of public records

Actions to be completed this month

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