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Departmental structural reform

Asked if departments’ future budgets would be published as part of their structural reform plans, the PMS said no; the structural reform plans would set out the programmes for different departments, and would reflect commitments made in the coalition agreement. The spending review process was underway and would report in October, which would have an impact on departmental business.

Asked if plans about cutting the size of Whitehall departments would be published, the PMS said that the structural reform plans were about the key objectives for departments: what policies and reforms would be made, and allowing the public to hold us to account.

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