England's apprenticeships: assessing the new system

16 August 2016



House of Commons Library: Industrial Strategy

11 August 2016

By House of Commons


Deficits in the NHS 2016

11 July 2016

By Kings Fund

Kings Fund

Building the Northern Powerhouse

1 June 2016

By Centre for Cities

Centre for Cities

Cloud 9: the future of public procurement

7 March 2016

By Reform


Making devolution deals work

28 January 2016

By Institute for Government

Institute for Government

Local Government Pension Scheme investments

14 December 2015

By House of Commons Library

House of Commons Library note examining the current debate around Local Government Pension Schemes pooling their investments and whether more can be done to encourage their investment in infrastructure

Apprenticeship Statistics

House of Commons: 3 June 2015

By James Mirza-Davies

House of Commons library note outlining the latest apprenticeship statistics for the the academic year 2013/14.

House of Commons Library

Improved circulation: Unleashing innovation across the NHS

IPPR: 3 June 2015

By Harry Quilter-Pinner

Report suggesting ways for the NHS to innovate in order to cope with increasing demands and limited resources.


Improving GP services:

Monitor: 2 June 2015

By Monitor

Report from the Health regulator Monitor examining how GP services are working for patients.


Service industries

20 March 2015

By House of Commons Library

House of Commons library note providing data incorporating the retail sector, the financial sector, the public sector, business administration and cultural activities.

House of Commons

Reshaping government

9 March 2015

By Tom Gash

Report by Institute for Government examining the impact of structural reforms on government effectiveness.

Institute for Government

UK Guarantees scheme for infrastructure

28 January 2015

By Amyas Morse

National Audit Office report calls HM Treasury to be rigorous and objective in assessing whether the guarantees, which transfer risk to the public sector, are genuinely needed.

National Audit Office

Freeing Housing Associations: Better financing, more homes

November 2014

By Christopher Walker

Paper by Policy Exchange on housing associations being stifled by unnecessary red tape that prevents them from building 100,000 new homes.

Policy Exchange

Public Land, Public Good

September 2014

By Alex Thomson and Peter Wilkes

Report by Localis that highlights the potential for public land and assets to be used for developing new housing, reshaping public services, and boosting local economies.


Promoting effective competition in UK defence procurement

July 2014

By Toby Fenwick

Centre Forum interim report that suggests what criteria the Government should use to run a competitive defence procurement process.

Centre Forum

Smart People, Smart Places: Realising Digital Local Government

March 2014

By Maia Beresford

This report makes the case for digital local government and explores progress in the sector to date. It finds that while good practice is emerging, councils are facing barriers which mean that they are still not realising the full benefits of digital technology for their places.

NLGN, ISBN 978-1-909781-02-3

Many to many: How the relational state will transform public services

February 2014

By Rick Muir, Imogen Parker

This landmark report sets out a new ‘relational state’ agenda for public service reform that would address complex problems holistically, provide more intensive and personalised engagement at the frontline of service delivery, and empower and engage citizens.


Beyond Big Contracts

January 2014

By Dan Crowe, Tom Gash, Henry Kippin

This report is the output of a joint project between Collaborate and the Institute for Government, supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It aims to convey the experience of those organisations and workers most closely involved in delivering complex services, such as adult social care, mental health drug and alcohol rehabilitation and special educational needs.

Institute for Government

Redefining local government


This Talking Points report argues that there is a need for a new framework that enables local authorities to make strategic choices leading to the redesign and development of new ways of working on the ground.