MOD Business Plan

MOD Business Plan – Consultation on Transparency Section

About the MOD Business Plan

The MOD published its Business Plan on 8 November 2010 along with all other Government Departments, as part of the new Transparency Framework. The indicators and information strategy in the transparency section of our Business Plan are now published for consultation. The purpose of this engagement is to seek feedback from key stakeholders, including our [...]

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MOD Business Plan – Transparency Section Introduction

Greater transparency across government is at the heart of our commitment to enable the public to hold politicians and public bodies to account, to reduce the deficit and deliver better value for money in public spending. This section will set out the information that will enable users of public services to choose between providers, and [...]

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MOD Business Plan – Transparency Section Information Strategy

All work on transparency will be taken forward at Board level by 2nd Permanent Under Secretary. Implementation of transparency will be taken forward by the MOD Chief Information Officer, John Taylor. Our approach to transparency Increased transparency will help improve accountability, efficiency and effectiveness. We are committed to increasing the transparency of our information and [...]

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MOD Business Plan – Transparency Section Input Indicators

The Department will adopt the following indicators to help the public scrutinise our inputs: Input indicator When will publication start? How often will it be published? Additional cost of operations in Afghanistan, per Service person deployed April 2011 Annual Additional cost of new equipment (urgent operational requirements)for operations in Afghanistan, per Service person deployed April [...]

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MOD Business Plan – Transparency Section Impact Indicators

The Department will adopt the following impact indicators: Impact indicator When will publication start? How often will it be published? Number of missions led by Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) operations conducted in partnership April 2011 Annual Number of Service personnel deployed to support civil agencies (e.g. police and [...]

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MOD Business Plan – Transparency Section Other Data

We will publish a full range of datasets and our full departmental organogram on our website:www.mod.uk Other key data UK Armed Forces Quarterly Manpower Statistics (requirements, strengths, intake and outflowfrom the Armed Forces by Service) UK Regular Armed Forces Stationed Location (stationed location and movements of UK regular forces worldwide) UK Armed Forces Quarterly Mental [...]

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