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Official Information (Croham Directive)

Volume 981: debated on Monday 24 March 1980

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asked the Minister for the Civil Service how many documents and reports his Department has published under the "Croham directive" since May 1979; and if he will list them.

As I told the House on 20 June 1979—[Vol. 968, c. 1315]— it is no longer possible to distinguish between material published under the Croham directive and material that would have been published in any case. Since May 1979 my Department has published the 36 items listed below in addition to material published on a regular basis. All CSD publications and other CSD items available to the general public are listed in the quarterly publication "Management Services in Government".

Civil Service Pay Research. The 1979 Review of the Adjustment for Differences in Superannuation Benefits: Report by the Government Actuary.
Report of the Civil Service Pay Research Unit Board and the Civil Service Pay Research Unit (1979).
Committee of Inquiry into Pay and Conditions of Non-Home Department Police Forces: CSD (1979).
Guide to the Provisions for Increasing Public Service Pensions: CSD (1979).
The Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme 1974: Rules: CSD (1979).
Guide for New Managers: CSD (1979).
Guide to Flexible Working Hours: CSD (1979).
Individual Assessment and Performance Evaluation of the United Kingdom Civil Servants: CSD paper (1979).
Legal Entitlements and Administrative Practices: CSD Report (1979).
Staff Welfare in the Civil Service: a short CSD guide (1979).
Review of the Framework for Government Research and Development: CSD (1979).
Typing Services: CSD Management Services Handbook (1979).
Industrial Relations in the Civil Service: a CSD training document (1980).
The Crises in Affirmative Action in the USA: Civil Service College (1979).
Proposition 13 in California: the Background and Effects: Civil Service College (1979).
Positive Discrimination in Health: Civil Service College (1979).
The Professional Ethic of the Administrator: Civil Service College (1979).
Parliament and Defence Affairs: a Critique of the Major Decisions Approach: Civil Service College (1979).
Inner City Partnerships: Civil Service College (1979).
The Reports and Accounts of Nationalised Industries: Civil Service College (1979).
The Application of Operational Research in Government: Civil Service College (1979).
Evaluating the Staff Management and Organisation Course: an interim report by the Civil Service College (1979).
Departmental Planning Units—Summary of the proceedings of a workshop held in February 1979: Civil Service College.
Micro-Electronics: a Non-Technical Briefing for Under-Secretaries—Summary of proceedings of a seminar held in June 1979: Civil Service College.
Guidance on the use of Microcomputers for Administrative Tasks: Report by the Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (1979).
Hardware Cataloguing Conventions for ICL 2900 series: Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (1979).
Microcomputer Operating Systems: Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (1979).
Departmental Survey of Microcomputers in Administration: Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (1979).
Interchange of staff between the Home Civil Service and Industry: CSD Report for 1978.
Senior Professional Administrative Training Scheme: Survey of successful candidates: CSD (1979).
Administration Trainee Statistics (printed in the Civil Service Commission Annual Report for 1978).
Follow-up of the Administration Trainee Entry: Reports by the Recruitment Research Unit (1979).
Report of the Committee on the Selection Procedure for the Recruitment of Administration Trainees: CSD (1979).
Short-term follow-up of Direct Entry Principal Recruitment (1973–74): Recruitment Research Unit Report (1979).
An Experimental Comparison of Board and Sequential Interviewing—a preliminary report: Recruitment Research Unit Report (1979).
Selection Interviewing: Some Perspectives and Proposals for Research: Recruitment Research Unit Report (1979).