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The London 2012 Olympic Games And Paralympic Games by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts

Title The London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2013-04-19
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 52
ISBN 0215056817
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The success of the London 2012 Games demonstrates that it is possible for government departments to work together and with other bodies effectively to deliver complex programmes. The £9.298 billion Public Sector Funding Package for the Games is set to be underspent. The Department is also committed to reflect on what more it can do to present costs in a way that goes further and brings out those costs associated with the Games and the legacy that are not covered by the Funding Package. The notable blemish on planning for the Games was venue security. Also, during the Games a large number of accredited seats went unused at events for which the public demand for tickets could not be met. International sports bodies and media organisations wield a lot of power but demands should be challenged. It is now up to the London Legacy Development Corporation to attract investment in the Olympic Park and generate the promised returns to funders. There is concern that the lottery good causes do not have any clear influence over decisions about future sales, despite these decisions directly affecting how much will be available to them and when. On the wider legacy, we look to the Cabinet Office to provide strong leadership to ensure delivery of the longer term benefits. The Government also needs to do all it can to learn and disseminate lessons and to encourage volunteering opportunities both within sport and beyond

Preparations For The London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Games by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts

Title Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2008-07-24
Category Olympic Games
Total Pages 34
ISBN 0215522168
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Within Central Government, preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are being led by the Government Olympic Executive, which is part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). The Excutive is responsible for co-ordinating the activities of a wide range of organisations, including the Olympic Delivery Authority, whichis responsible for the construction of venues and associated infrastructure. Whilst individual organisations have their own programme management arrangements, the Governmetn Olympic Executive has not hyet developed a plan for the programme as a whole, or finalised arrangements for identifying and managing risks across the programme. On the basis of a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General (HC 490, session 2007-08, ISBN 97801102954197) the Committee took evidence from DCMS and the Olympic Delivery Authority onthe progress made in preparing for the London 2012 Olympc and Paralympic Games

London 2012 Olympic Games And Paralympic Games Report Together With Formal Minutes by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media, and Sport Committee

Title London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Report together with formal minutes
Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media, and Sport Committee
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2007
Category Olympic Games
Total Pages 86
ISBN UCBK:C086529836
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Budget For The London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Games by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts

Title The Budget for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2008-04-22
Category Olympic Games
Total Pages 39
ISBN 0215514653
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At the time of London's bid to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 the cost of the Games was estimated to be just over £4 billion. The costs were to be met by public sector funding of £3.4 billion, with a further £738 million from the private sector. After London was awarded the Games, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Olympic Delivery Authority reviewed the cost estimates and in March 2007 announced a budget of £9.325 billion. The Department has stated that public sector funding will not exceed this figure. The March 2007 budget included contingency provision of £2.747 billion. This sum was not included at the time of the bid. The March 2007 budget also included a preliminary estimate of £600 million for policing and wider security, over and above the cost of site security during construction. No estimate for the cost of policing and wider security was included at the time of the bid. In addition, the Olympic Delivery Authority's programme delivery budget has risen to £570 million, compared with an original estimate of just £16 million. Cost estimates have increased by £5.3 billion, but a significantly lower expectation for private sector funding towards the cost of venues and infrastructure, and the Olympic Village, means the public funding has increased by £5.9 billion. The final cost will depend on disposal of assets after the Games. There is no basis on which to measure achievements regarding the projected legacy benefits of the Games. This report follows the NAO report on this topic published as HC 612, session 2006-07 (ISBN 9780102947335).

Title The Stationery Office Annual Catalogue 2012
Author U K Stationery Office
Publisher Stationery Office/Tso
Release Date 2013-03
Category Reference
Total Pages 519
ISBN 0115020748
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Stationery Office annual catalogue 2012 provides a comprehensive source of bibliographic information on over 4200 Parliamentary, statutory and official publications - from the UK Parliament, the Northern Ireland Assembly, and many government departments and agencies - which were issued in the year.

Preparing For Sporting Success At The London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Games And Beyond by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts

Title Preparing for Sporting Success at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and Beyond
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2008
Category Olympic Games
Total Pages 40
ISBN 0215522095
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) and UK Sport have responsibility for elite sport in the UK. To support goals for London 2012, the Government has agreed a package of funding of over £700 million, while the DCMS will be required to raise £100 million from the private sector. This report follows up recommendations in the Committee's previous report on supporting elite athletes published in July 2006 (HC 898, session 2005-06. ISBN 9780215029768). It was found then that many funded sports had not met their medal targets at the Athens games in 2004. In particular concerns were raised about the way UK Sport measured and reported its own performance and the need for greater clarity about the level of performance required from individual sports in order to secure future funding was highlighted. UK Sport continues to plan on the basis that it will receive all of its funding up to 2012. However there remains a risk that the £100 million from the private sector will not all be raised.On the basis of a report by Comptroller and Auditor General (HC 434, session 2007-08, ISBN 9780102953084) the Committee took evidence from the DCMS and UK Sport on their fudning strategy for medial success at London 2012; their setting of targets and monitoring of progress towards the Games; and their approach to securing wider and long term benefits from elite sporting success.

International Sports Events by Richard Shipway

Title International Sports Events
Author Richard Shipway
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013-05-07
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781136475634
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book offers new insight into International Sports Events (ISEs), examining the relationship between sport, tourism and events. It assesses sports events through the lens of both sports participants and spectators, based on three primary themes: impacts, experiences and identities. The first section of the book contributes to the future development of knowledge by analyzing the impact of sport events and their legacies from economic, environmental, social, sporting, political and cultural perspectives – an understanding of the impacts and potential legacies of sports events is fundamental to their future development. In the second section of the book, the focus moves from impact and legacy issues towards exploring consumer behaviour and participant experiences at a diverse selection of International Sports Events. The emphasis within this section is grounded within the tourism dimension of sports events. Section three of the book highlights the dominant role of identity at a diverse selection of sports events, and demonstrates how that identity is displayed whilst either watching or participating in sport and leisure. The book provides an international analysis drawing on emerging empirical research conducted across a diverse range of sport and leisure activities and contrasting locations. Linked to the three underlying themes of the book, a future research agenda for International Sports Events is provided which is centred on four key pillars: impact, identity, internationalization and interdisciplinary research. This timely book will be of interest to students, researchers and academics studying Event Management, Sport Management and Sport Tourism.

London 2012 Games by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media, and Sport Committee

Title London 2012 Games
Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media, and Sport Committee
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2008-04-30
Category Olympic Games
Total Pages 81
ISBN 0215514777
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is the Committee's second report on the preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, following its first report which focused on the funding (HC 69-I, session 2006-07, ISBN 9780215032140). The report reviews the funding, the venues and their legacy, the legacy for community sport (increasing participation in sport), and elite sporting performance (medal targets, sponsorship etc). The Committee welcomes many of the achievements to date. The timetable is realistic. The land assembly process is complete, within budget and without significant delay. Major sponsorships have already been negotiated. The budget, though much inflated from the original, is now soundly based. But there is a bewildering array of commitments, promises and plans for using the potential of the Games to increase participation in sport: a comprehensive nationwide strategy is still needed. The ambitious aims from UK Sport for performance in the Games will be good for British elite sport.

Title Handbook of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Author Vassil Girginov
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013
Category SPORTS & RECREATION
Total Pages 321
ISBN 9780415671941
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The Handbook of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games is the definitive, officially-licensed account of the world's greatest sporting mega-event. It tells the complete story of the 2012 Games from inception, through the successful bidding process and the planning and preparation phase, to delivery, aftermath and legacy. Written by a world-class team of international Olympic experts, sports researchers and writers, the book offers comprehensive analysis of the full social, cultural, political, historical, economic and sporting context of the Games. From the political, commercial and structural complexities of organizing an event on such a scale, to the sporting action that holds the attention of the world for three thrilling weeks, this book illuminates every aspect of the 2012 Games, helping us to better understand the vital role that sport and culture have in contemporary global society. The book is divided into two volumes. This, the first volume, examines the build up to London 2012, covering key topics such as: - the bidding process - planning and decision making - financing the Games - developing the Olympic infrastructure - engaging national and international governing bodies of sport - engaging the UK public - engaging a global public - developing a legacy programme - the cultural Olympiad. Richly illustrated with the personal accounts of key stakeholders, from sports administrators and politicians to athletes and spectators, and including essential data and evocative visual material, this book is essential reading for anybody with a personal or professional interest in the Olympic Games, global culture or the development of sport"--

Title Understanding the Olympics
Author John Horne
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2016-05-20
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 326
ISBN 9781317495208
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Olympic Games is unquestionably the greatest sporting event in the world, with billions of viewers across the globe. How did the Olympics evolve into this multi-national phenomenon? How can the Olympics help us to understand the relationship between sport and society? What will be the impact and legacy of the 2016 Olympics in Rio? Now in a fully revised and updated new edition that places Rio 2016 in the foreground, Understanding the Olympics answers all these questions by exploring the social, cultural, political, historical and economic context of the Games. This book presents the latest research on the Olympics, including new material on legacy, sustainability and corruption, and introduces the reader to all of the key themes of contemporary Olympic Studies including: the history of the Olympics Olympic politics access and equity the Olympics and the media festival and spectacle the Olympic economy urban development Olympic futures. The most up-to-date and authoritative introduction to the Olympic Games, this book contains a full Olympic history timeline as well as illustrations, information boxes and ‘Olympic Stories’ in every chapter. Understanding the Olympics is essential reading for anybody with an interest in the Olympics or the wider relationship between sport and society.

Fco Public Diplomacy by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Foreign Affairs Committee

Title FCO public diplomacy
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Foreign Affairs Committee
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2011-02-06
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 80
ISBN 0215556291
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games is likely to be a 'once in a generation' opportunity for the UK to attract the attention and interest of the entire global community. The report reviews other countries' experience of using major sporting events for public diplomacy purposes. The Games offer an unparalleled opportunity to promote UK business, trade and inward investment. The Committee recommends holding a major trade event close to or during the Games to secure the maximum commercial benefit to the national economy. The FCO should also make more of the claim that the 2012 Games will be "the world's first sustainable Games", publicising around the world the many examples of environmental good practice in the planning and building of the event. And it should continue to use the Games to promote British culture and values at home and abroad, emphasising that London is an open and welcoming city, and that the UK is a diverse, inclusive and friendly country. The Committee is worried that budget cuts may result in the FCO's work related to the Olympics becoming a matter solely of individual initiatives by embassies and High Commissions, without adequate central co-ordination. The Committee recommends that the FCO should form a 'rapid response unit', set up well before the Games, which can rebut or challenge negative stories appearing in the world media.

Potential Benefits Of The 2012 Olympics And Paralympics For Wales by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Welsh Affairs Committee

Title Potential Benefits of the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics for Wales
Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Welsh Affairs Committee
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2009-05-22
Category Political Science
Total Pages 127
ISBN 0215530349
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This inquiry arose from the Committee's belief that any benefits of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games should be felt in Wales and not only in London and the South East of England. The Committee cannot yet conclude whether Wales will benefit from the 2012 Games. Few events will be held in Wales and it is not predicted that Wales will benefit greatly from tourism generated by the Games. An opportunity was missed in the original bid to locate events in Wales particularly in respect of mountain biking and canoeing. In retrospect, it now seems misguided to build expensive new venues when such facilities exist in Wales. Lottery funding will be diverted from Wales to fund the Games, with a loss of an estimated £100 million, which will have a long-term effect on grassroots projects with a reduction in the number of new facilities built and possible problems in maintaining current structures. The Government has launched the London 2012 Business Network and CompeteFor, but there Welsh companies currently only account for 2 per cent of all the total number of registrations on the CompeteFor network. The most obvious benefit to Wales arises from the fact that the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London provide a unique opportunity to generate interest in sport amongst children and young people. Disability sports is a great success story for Wales and the community programme ensures that there are opportunities for children and young people with disabilities. It is important that all sections of Welsh society are engaged with the Olympics and Paralympics and its ideals.

London 2012 Olympic Games And Paralympic Games by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee

Title London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee
Publisher Stationery Office
Release Date 2007-01-24
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 60
ISBN 0215032144
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Doubts have already emerged about the cost of staging the 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, and about whether a lasting benefit can be achieved. The Olympic Development Authority (OCA) is well advanced in preparations for construction, and the London Organising Committee of the Games (LOCOG) has started well in some areas of its responsibility. Yet many of the cost figures contained in the bid are seriously outdated, and the Committee is concerned that costs have arisen that should have been identified in the preparation for the bid. With £900 million of extra costs announced, further revenue will need to be found, and the Government's intention that any shortfall must be met exclusively from increased contributions from the National Lottery and the London Council Tax risk placing an unacceptable burden on both. A further call on the Lottery would also deprive existing good causes in the arts, charities, heritage and sport of resources when they are already suffering a decrease in income because of the financing of the Games. To achieve a lasting legacy of increased participation in sport by all sectors of the community, particularly children, is a worthy aim, but there is no evidence it has been achieved by any previous host city. Clear legacy use needs to be identified for each permanent new venue. Economic benefits from the Games may not be as large as expected: no one can be sure at this stage how much extra tourism will be generated (indeed, the Games might deter some potential visitors). The Committee remains confident that London can host a Games as good as any before, but more needs to be done if the UK is to achieve all of the potential benefits.

Preparations For The London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Games by Great Britain Parliament House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts

Title Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain Parliament House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2010-03-31
Category
Total Pages 35
ISBN 0215553322
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Olympic Delivery Authority continues to make good progress with its delivery programme and the main construction projects are on track to be completed in time for testing in early 2011. The Department has committed to delivering the Games within the £9,325 million budget set in March 2007. Most of the budget is for the Olympic Delivery Authority which has done well to control its costs and find savings across its programme, enabling it to absorb additional costs for the Olympic Village and Media Centre projects. These two projects are now being publicly funded, contrary to original plans. While £1,270 million of the original £2,747 million contingency within the Olympic budget now remains and is available to the Olympic Delivery Authority, the majority is earmarked to meet known risks, leaving only £194 million 'headroom'. It may be that not all of the known risks will materialise, but new cost pressures continue to emerge. Staying within the budget also depends on receiving some £600 million receipts from the Olympic Village development. There is the risk of a deficit in the London Organising Committee (LOCOG) and there is no contingency fund in its budget. Some £400 million of the income LOCOG still needs is to come from the sale of tickets. It is still not clear what will happen to major assets, including the Stadium and Media Centre, after the Games, and the consequent timing and value of any reimbursements to funders, including the National Lottery.

Harmful Content On The Internet And In Video Games by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee

Title Harmful Content on the Internet and in Video Games
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2008-07-31
Category Internet and children
Total Pages 76
ISBN 0215523385
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Internet has become an indispensable tool for communications, research and commerce. But this report addresses the growing public concern at the Internet's dark side: the easy availability of hardcore pornography, which people may find offensive, the uploading by ordinary people of film of real fights, bullying or alleged rape, or the setting up of websites encouraging others to follow extreme diets, or self-harm, or even commit suicide. In particular, there is increasing anxiety among parents about the use of social networking sites and chatrooms for grooming and sexual predation. The Committee welcomes the Government-commissioned report by Dr Tanya Byron on the risks posed by the Internet to children, and agrees that a UK Council for Child Internet Safety should be established. Sites which host user-generated content-typically photos and videos uploaded by members of the public-have taken some steps to set minimum standards for that content. The Committee recommends that proactive review of content should be standard practice for such sites, and calls for provision of high profile facilities for reporting abuse or unwelcome behaviour directly to law enforcement and support organisations. There is a distinct issue about labelling of video games to indicate the nature of their content. Two systems currently exist side by side: the industry awards its own ratings, and the British Board of Film Classification awards classifications to a small number of games which feature content unsuitable for children. The dual system is confusing, and BBFC should have responsibility for rating games with content appropriate for adults or teenagers.

Tax Avoidance by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts

Title Tax Avoidance
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2013-04-26
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 50
ISBN 0215056981
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Among those ranged against HMRC are the big four accountancy firms, Deloitte, Ernst and Young, KPMG, and PwC, which earn £2 billion each year from their tax work in the UK. They employ nearly 9,000 people just to provide tax advice aimed at minimizing the tax paid. Between them they boast 250 transfer pricing specialists whereas HMRC has only 65 people working in this area. The firms declare that their focus is now on acceptable tax planning and not aggressive tax avoidance however they continue to sell complex tax avoidance schemes with as little as 50 per cent chance of succeeding if challenged in court. The large accountancy firms are in a powerful position in the tax world and have an unhealthily cosy relationship with government. They second staff to the Treasury to advise on formulating tax legislation. When those staff return to their firms, they have the very inside knowledge and insight to be able to identify loopholes in the new legislation and advise their clients on how to take advantage of them. This is a clear conflict of interest which should be banned in a code of conduct for tax advisers. The UK must also take the lead in demanding urgent reform of international tax law, so that companies have to pay a fair share of tax where they actually do business and make profits. Furthermore, the job of simplifying our tax code needs to be taken seriously; yet the Office of Tax Simplification has just 6 people working in it

Draft Heritage Protection Bill by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee

Title Draft Heritage Protection Bill
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2008-07-30
Category Historic buildings
Total Pages 185
ISBN 0215523407
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In April 2008, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published a Draft Heritage Bill and the Government has indicated that the Bill will be in next year's legislative programme. The Bill is designed to unify heritage protection regimes, allow greater public involvement in decisions, and place heritage at the heart of the planning system. The Committee has undertaken pre-legislative scrutiny of the bill but this was undermined by the incomplete nature of the legislation. The Committee also felt that the Government must prioritise the revision of Planning policy guidelines (PPGs) 15 & 16 to ensure that the new guidance on planning policy can be implemented at the same time as the Bill. Further serious issues of concern included the accuracy of current cost estimates & impact assessment and sufficient staffing with the necessary skills, in particular conservation officers. The Committee was also not convinced that Heritage Partnership Agreements (HPAs), a new system of management agreements for owners of large estates, were a robust business option. Nor could any evidence be found that either DCMS or English Heritage had considered any amendments to the legislation which would improve the operation or effectiveness of the enforcement powers for local authorities.

Pre Appointment Hearing With The Chairman Elect Of Ofcom Dr Colette Bowe by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Business and Enterprise Committee

Title Pre appointment Hearing with the Chairman elect of Ofcom Dr Colette Bowe
Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Business and Enterprise Committee
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2009
Category
Total Pages 35
ISBN 0215525957
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The committees held a joint pre-appointment hearing with Dr Colette Bowe, the chairman-elect of Ofcom. This position is one of those key public positions identified by the Governance of Britain green paper as qualifying for pre-appointment hearings from Parliamentary committees. The report examines briefly the role the chairman and provides some biographical information about Dr Bowe, her cv, and a transcript of the oral hearing. The committees conclude, having questioned Dr Bowe, that she is a suitable candidate for the post.

Preparations For The London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Games by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts

Title Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher The Stationery Office
Release Date 2007-07-10
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9780215034922
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Following on from the NAO report (HCP 252, session 2006-07; ISBN 9780102944273) published in February 2007, the Committee has examined the progress that has been made in preparing for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the areas of risk that will need to be managed. The report highlights seven main areas of risk including: i) the governance and delivery structures needed to co-ordinate the multiplicity of organisations and groups involved in the Games; ii) given the immovable deadline of the Games, any slippage in the delivery programme risks rising costs or a reduction in quality; iii) as the ultimate guarantor of funding for the Games, the Government needs to ensure the budget for the Games is clearly determined and effectively managed, given that the costs of the Games were seriously underestimated at the time of the bid; iv) the need for clarity in planning to ensure a lasting legacy for venues after the Games are over; and v) planning to minimise the impact of funding the Games on other National Lottery good causes.

Preparations For The London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Games by Great Britain. Parliament House of Commons. Committee of Public Accounts

Title Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Author Great Britain. Parliament House of Commons. Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2010
Category Olympic Games
Total Pages 86
ISBN OCLC:810650142
Language English, Spanish, and French
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