Weekly Publications

December 2013
Children's Services Parliamentary Monitor;12/16/2013, Issue 634, p1
The article details major publications from the British Government and its agencies that were released from December 9-13, 2013. It includes the Cabinet Office's "Department for Education: Government Digital Strategy Actions," Department of Defense and Defence Infrastructure Organisation's "Pre-move Out Advisory Leaflets for Service Family Accomodation," and Department of Education's "National Pupil Database: Application Form and Security Questionnaire."


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