Cabinet Office


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Cabinet Office

A department of the British government that provides ancillary and support staff to the government and has some oversight on the civil service. The office traces its origins to 1916.
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Councillor MacLaren, member for SNP Paisley Northwest, said: "I'm calling on the UK Cabinet Office to cover all the additional costs of Individual Electoral Registration.
The Cabinet Office is trying to recover the PS3million.
Under this agreement, financial details of which were not available, the Cabinet Office has deployed Aerohive's wireless solution in all of its buildings, reducing the need for infrastructure cable, freeing civil servants from desks and enabling more productive and collaborative ways of working.
A Cabinet Office spokesman said: "There is no cover-up nor was the Cabinet Office forced to release this information by the Information Commissioner.
The disclosure comes after it emerged last month that the Cabinet Office was holding a secret dossier from the 1980s relating to the paedophile activities of the late diplomat Sir Peter Hayman.
According to Cabinet Office, the ICRF featured in a UK report for the Social Impact Investment Taskforce set up by the G8.
This investigation is being led by the Cabinet Office.
At a time when millions of hard-working families are being made worse-off by David Cameron's Government, the Cabinet Office are splashing the cash on big-money jobs.
The Cabinet Office employs more than 2,000 staff working for PM David Cameron, his deputy Nick Clegg and nine other frontbench ministers.
As for prices, the Cabinet Office said the trend "indicates that the Japanese economy is in a mild deflationary phase," the same expression as in April, but it added a new phrase "while signs of change can be seen in some areas recently.
Conservative Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has said it is "very significant" that the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh wish to attend Margaret Thatcher's funeral.
On 16 December, it will be a year since soldiers tried to forcibly disperse a three-week-old peaceful sit-in outside the Cabinet Office in central Cairo.