By Tony Collins
Yesterday the Department for Work and Pensions, via Andrew Robertson, a lawyer in the Treasury Solicitor’s Department, issued the grounds for its appeal against an Information Tribunal ruling that four reports on Universal Credit be released.
The four reports in question are:
– A project assessment review on the state of the project in November 2011, as assessed by the Cabinet Office’s Major Projects Authority.
– A risk register of possible risks to the development or eventual operation of UC as perceived by those involved.
– An issues register of problems that have materialised, why and how they can be minimised or eliminated.
– A milestone schedule of progress and times by which activities should be completed.
The DWP keeps losing appeals to stop the reports being published– but public money being no object when it comes to justifying departmental secrecy, it keeps spending on appeals. The latest…
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