The UK Approach to Joining Up Services Across Government (Mr Gareth Jones, UK)

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The UK Approach to Joining Up Services Across Government (Mr Gareth Jones, UK)

  1. 1. Gareth JonesChief Executive and Registrar of Companies
  2. 2. The UK approach to joining up services across Government
  3. 3. Government growth agenda Commitment on no new regulations for small businesses for 3 years ‘One in, one out’ on regulations generally Audit threshold uplift UK position on micro-entities
  4. 4. Digital by default Policy of ‘Digital by default’ and rationalisation of Government websites All transactional services in Direct.gov Making Direct.gov the ‘customer champion with teeth’ Shift the lead in web service design to the end user rather than policy Central team with absolute control of overall customer experience Putting the government information where the end user wants it
  5. 5. Digital default: Benefits
  6. 6. Government Transparency agendaPublic Data Corporation Free up as much data as possible Data-rich sources from government Adding value to the economy and its growth
  7. 7. What is Companies House doing tosupport the Government agenda? URI’s?
  8. 8. Bigger Better Businesses:helping small firms start, grow and prosperBusiness Start-up Hub online incorporation simple enrolment for tax tax dashboard national contact centre
  9. 9. Joint Working:Incorporation service in Businesslink.gov All CH search services on Businesslink.gov Content/guidance migrated using devolved publishing model Web Incorporation service launched April 2011
  10. 10. Joint Working:Accounts filing with CH and Tax Authorities Template on both websites Enter once, file twice 9,665 filed at March 2011 Using iXBRL
  11. 11. Europe InteroperabilityAim:To establish connections between RegistriesAllow transparency of access for customers European Commission Working Group – Governance Authority ECRF Working Group – supporting the Commission Technical solution Based on existing work e.g. EBR, BRITE and Branch Disclosure Service

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