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- Whitehall suppliers must use XML. Bentley, Ross // Computer Weekly;1/17/2002, p2
Focuses on the technological standardization measures of the government in Great Britain. Requirement of the government for supplier companies to adopt XML and Web services standards; Importance of technological standardization on reducing the risk of project failure.
- Whitehall quails under Treasury assault. Ryan, Craig // Public Finance;08/13/99, p8
Reports that a team of business leaders will target projects involving the police, schools, housing departments, hospitals and Whitehall management in Great Britain. Cuts in the government's running costs; Projects chosen by the Treasury Department.
- News from nowhere. // New Statesman;7/12/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4292, p11
Presents information on British politics and business. D Group of businessmen and women; Celebration of Lord Atlee's 1963 birthday celebration; Possible replacements for Robin Butler as Cabinet Secretary; Ethical policies of British supermarkets; John Gummer's opposition to an elected mayor for...
- Fair uniform business rate. // Accountancy;Jun89, Vol. 103 Issue 1150, p43
Reports that the government of Great Britain's plan to introduce a uniform business rate will place a heavy burden on businesses.
- Has a fixed five-year government term been good for business? NO. Williams, Richard // Director;Sep2014, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p31
The author cites the negative business implications of a fixed five-year government term in Great Britain including the complacency brought about by too long a period of government, lack of accountability, and the need for businesses to be stuck for a long time with a policy they did not support.
- British business ready for a Labour government. // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account;Sep96, Vol. 74 Issue 8, p2
Reports that British businesses are preparing for the possibility of a Labour government. Results of a survey of finance directors on the state of the British economy.
- A handy tip from the scrapheap. // Management Today;Mar95, p96
Reflects on the `if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it' line of reasoning which can be found in British politics and industry. Need for inferior components to strive to match up to the standards of superior working parts; Model T Ford automobile inventor Henry Ford's philosophy; Junk-sifting habit.
- Untitled. Dixon, Annabel // Estates Gazette;4/12/2014, Issue 1365, p1
The article focuses on the launch by the British government of the discussion paper "Administration of Business Rates in England" in 2014.
- Convenience over continuity. Hawkins, Kevin // Grocer;2/9/2013, p25
The author talks about the British government and its action towards businesses.