UK government publications 31-January-4th Feb 2011

Modelling Business Plans for Council Landlords: Report on model inputs assumptions and outputs. Department for Communities and Local Government

Rural Broadband: Why does it matter?- Commission for Rural Communities

Cabinet Office: National security and intelligence structure study
– This study has been launched to look at maximising the effectiveness of the central national security and intelligence structures in light of the creation of the National Security Council. Conclusions of the study will be published in summer 2011.

The BBC’s management of its Digital Media Initiative National Audit Office

The procurement of consumables by NHS acute and Foundation trusts National Audit office HC: 705

1st Report – Ministerial Statements Procedure Committee HC 602

No Health Without Mental Health: Impact assessment Department of Health.

The Economic Case for Improving Efficiency and Quality in Mental Health

Tackling Knife Crime Together: A review of local anti-knife crime projects- This report by former Eastenders actor Brooke Kinsella makes a number of recommendations, including anti-knife crime presentations for school children, more data-sharing between police, schools and other agencies on local issues, a best practice website for local organisations, and more work with young children to stop them getting involved in knife crime.

Report of the 2010 NDPB Review of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs

7th Report – Financial Regulation: a preliminary consideration of the Government’s proposals Treasury Committee

Paying GPs to improve quality – Audit Commission.

ALISS

ALISS is a not-for-profit unincorporated professional society. It is an independent group which was formed in April 2005 by the former committee of (Aslib Social Science Information Group and Network)
The aim of the group is to; Provide opportunities for networking and self-development offer a forum for communication create a network of cooperation and a forum for discussion about emerging issues in social science librarianship.

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