Commission for the Compact is no longer a non-departmental public body
An announcement made by the Cabinet Office claims that a number of roles will be brought back into the department. The statement made also outlined the closure of 196 quangos with an additional number merged and others to be privatised. As a result the Commission for the Compact is no longer a non-departmental public body meaning its duties will be conducted by the Compact Voice and the Cabinet Office. The move also verified the closure of the Office for Civil Society Advisory Body along with the abolition of Capacity builders with the substitute delivery of this service still to be confirmed. The Big Lottery Fund will continue to be independent from the Government on the grounds of performing a technical function.
Date: 11th November, 2010
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