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To view the latest advertised tenders please visit the Government Tenders page, which has a comprehensive listing of all the most recent tenders uploaded to the website.  From there you can click on any of those which are of interest to yourself or your business.

You can also see them in the list of the Recent Posts on the right hand side of the page and in the Tender Categories search box.

For an extensive overview of how to search Government Online for contracts and notices please visit the Search Tips page.

To understand the tendering process and to learn how to tender please visit thHow to Tender page. This offers complete, detailed guidance on the tendering process, from beginning to end.

The Government Database page is the main access point for a comprehensive database of UK Government.

The News section lists important news items recently published, regarding government policy and issues affecting UK citizens.

 

Banking Reform Act Passed

The Banking Reform Act is a key part of the government’s plan to create a banking system that supports the economy, customers and small businesses.

 

Pension Changes April 2015

The landmark legislation passed today will create the opportunity for workers to save into plans – known as Defined Ambition – which will offer them a promise about some of the benefits they will receive.

 

Savings Interest for Low Earners Paid Tax Free from 2015

From 6 April, one million savers with an annual income under £15,600 will be able to get their savings interest paid completely tax-free.

 

Protecting the UK from Cyber Attack

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is playing a key role in mitigating the risk of cyber-attacks against the UK.

 

Tougher Rules for Britain’s Bankers

City Minister announces that new tougher rules for Britain’s bankers will come into force on 7 March 2016.

 

Morecambe Bay Investigation Report Published

Independent investigation into maternity and neonatal services in Morecambe Bay makes far-reaching recommendations to prevent future unnecessary deaths.