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The next government must build on existing Whitehall reforms if it wants to avoid mid-term failures, says think tank the Institute for Government
Cabinet Office says contracts for private firms running public services will include 'presumption in favour of disclosing information' to the public
GDS's Mike Bracken appointed to new chief data officer role aiming to improve Whitehall's use of data
Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude says £11bn of £20bn annual Whitehall efficiency drive identified, but Labour warns of little room for more 'back office efficiencies'
Institute for Government urges greater focus on collaboration and long-term planning
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