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Jonathan Last reports on the new business wins from April.
In a major review of the financial governance practices of the 100 largest charities, Carol Rudge finds that they could obtain greater benefit from their annual reports.
Trustees at top-100 charities earn, on average, £10,180 a year if they are paid by their charity, while claims for trustee expenses average £2,858, according to a new report on charity governance by Grant Thornton.
It's a shame that government doesn't think harder about the link between spending money & resources and outcomes.
Getting the message across to supporters in financial reporting is becoming just as important a goal as statutory compliance, finds Diane Sim.
The Cabinet Office is looking at appointing a commissioning specialist to improve contracting relationships with the voluntary sector, Lord Wallace revealed at the Civil Society Question Time event yesterday.
Lord William Wallace of Saltaire, Cabinet Office spokesman in the House of Lords, told sector leaders yesterday that he "hopes" the government is making progress on delivering for civil society.
The government has refused a Freedom of Information request from Gareth Thomas MP, shadow minister for civil society, to provide him with the risk register that it prepared for the Work Programme.