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The Green Book: appraisal and evaluation in central government
Skip to content. The full text of the HM Treasury Green Book Appraisal and Evaluation in Central Government is available at this site, together with supplementary guidance on a variety of relevant issues. Contains links to Northern Ireland's central government departments, District Councils and other public bodies. Developed by TEO, this toolkit provides a practical overview of the policy development process. It consists of a number of workbooks covering key steps in the process, such as justification and set-up; developing and analysing the evidence base; identifying and appraising policy options; impact assessment; and the consultation process.
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 Superseded by Green book - appraisal and evaluation in central government edition with amendments HMT, To be read with Assessing the impacts of spatial interventions -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.