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Government office for disabled people launched

People with disabilities will now have a stronger voice in policy-making following the announcement of a new cross-government office. Launched today, the Office for Disability Issues (ODI) hopes to improve partnerships across government departments with regard to policies that affect disabled people. Announcing the news, Tony Blair said: “Today’s launch shows that we are making… Read more »

Culture department told to save money

Significant savings could be made in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), according to a spending watchdog. The National Audit Office (NAO)concludes that the department could save £14 million a year by 2008-09 and £24 million a year by 2010 if it improves is procurement capacities and processes. The DCMS is the government… Read more »