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Successful Collaborations in the Public Services: The Role of Internal Audit provides practical advice on how the internal auditor can maximise their role from the ‘concept stage’ right through to ‘business as normal’ in delivering effective collaborative and shared service arrangements.
The Cash Flow Model will be refreshed for 2021/22. The model can dramatically reduce the time and resources needed to produce an accurate cash flow statement and notes, compliant with the CIPFA Code of Practice.
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The new model will be released in March 2022.
This publication includes a detailed analysis of public libraries: revenue, expenditure and income; staffing levels; service points open to the public (including the number of people with access to online information); book stock and audio visual and electronic stock; annual issues; and inter-library loans, requests, enquiries and visits.
These statistics cover the library service in Great Britain.
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SeRCOP is prepared in accordance with the financial reporting framework established by the Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting in the United Kingdom (the Code). It applies to all local authority services throughout the UK from 1 April 2021 for the preparation of 2021/22 budgets and performance indicators.