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Our annual reports and accounts are laid before parliament every year. View our latest annual report for 2019-20, and reports for previous years.
We're a publicly-funded organisation, committed to applying the highest standards of ethical conduct and behaviour. We have robust controls to prevent fraud, bribery and corruption.
The health secretary and other parts of the health service can ask us to collect information on specific topics so that they can improve patient care.
As an organisation, we value and understand differences in our people and use it to innovate. Find out about our objectives and the demographics of our workforce.
How we've ensured compliance with data protection law, to make sure health and care data is always collected, stored, analysed and shared securely and legally.
We consider all requests for dissemination of confidential information, aiming to improve transparency, accountability, quality and consistency through robust, independent scrutiny.
Review to assess the appropriateness, effectiveness and operational efficiency of our tracing services.
Departmental spending data, salaries above £150,000 and new central government tender documents for contracts.
Our logo, language, typography, imagery and colours all play important parts in effective communication that builds trust and helps people understand what we do. This guide has been created to explain how these different elements are combined to bring clarity to our communications as NHS Digital.
Our publication scheme, drawn up under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. It fulfils the requirements of the Information Commissioner as set out in the model publication scheme for FOI public authorities.
This short guide to Skype meetings is for external colleagues and includes information on what to do when invited to a Skype meeting, how to join a Skype meeting and what you can do during a meeting.
We support the government's objective to eradicate modern slavery and human trafficking, and acknowledge our role in both combating it and supporting victims.
An introduction to our staff networks and how they make NHS Digital a fairer and more equal place to work.
All web products supplied to or used by NHS Digital must meet minimum standards of security, accessibility, and functionality.
NHS Digital is the trading name of the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), which was established in April 2013 by the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Read about our strategy for 2015-20.
NHS Digital's logo, language, typography, imagery and colours all play important parts in effective communication that builds trust and helps people understand what we do. This guide has been created to explain how these different elements are combined to bring clarity to our communications as NHS Digital.
The importance of sustainability further climbed the local, national and international agenda during the year. Our headline is realising a 44% reduction since our baseline year of 2013/14.
We’re committed to reducing our impact on the environment. This is our first sustainable development management plan, covering the period 2017- 2022.