The Green Book: appraisal and evaluation in central government: Treasury guidance | BibSonomyThe HM Treasury Green Book is the main document setting out Government guidance on the appraisal of public investments. The purpose of this guidance is to ensure that policies, programs and projects adopted are the best ways to achieve policy objectives and make the best use of public resources. The guidance covers all stages of the appraisal and evaluation cycle. According to this guidance, business cases should be structured into 5 separate cases: Strategic, Economic, Commercial, Financial and Management. A checklist for assessing Business Cases is available here. The HMT Green Book includes guidance on how to discount benefits and costs to obtain the value for money of an investment and how to account for risk and uncertainty in appraisal. In addition to the main guidance document, the Green Book includes additional documents as supplementary guidance.
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Designed to promote efficient policy development and resource allocation across government. It does this by informing decision making, and by improving the alignment of departmental and agency policies, programmes and projects with government priorities and the expectations of the public. The guidance emphasises the need to take account of the wider social costs and benefits of proposals, and the need to ensure the proper use of public resources. Superseded by Green book - appraisal and evaluation in central government edition with amendments HMT, To be read with Assessing the impacts of spatial interventions - regeneration, renewal and regional development: main guidance ODPM, and Assessing the impacts of spatial interventions - regeneration, renewal and regional development: the 3Rs guidance ODPM, The HM Treasury is the UK's economics and finance ministry, responsible for formulating and implementing the Government's financial and economic policy.
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