Cabinet Office

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Group.png Cabinet Office   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Cabinet Office logo.svg
FormationDecember 1916
Parent organizationUK
Headquarters70 Whitehall, London, England
LeaderMinister for the Cabinet Office
Subgroups• Joint Intelligence Committee
• Government Procurement Service
• National Security Council (United Kingdom)
• Civil Contingencies Secretariat
• Joint Intelligence Organisation
• Strategic Horizons Unit
• Overseas and Defence Secretariat
• Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance
• Cabinet Office/MMU
SubpageCabinet Office/Briefing Room A
Cabinet Office/MMU

The Cabinet Office is responsible for supporting the UK/Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Cabinet Office units

  • Foreign and Defence Policy Secretariat
  • Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat
  • European and Global Issues Secretariat
  • Office of the Third Sector
  • Social Exclusion Task Force
  • Strategy Unit
  • Central Sponsor for Information Assurance (CSIA)
  • Knowledge and Information Management Unit (KIM)
  • Independent Offices
  • Government Chief Whip (Lords)
  • Office of the Leader of the House of Commons
  • Office of the Leader of the House of Lords
  • Office of the Parliamentary Counsel (OPC)
  • Transformational Government

Cabinet Office Public Bodies

  • Advisory Committee on Business Appointment (ACOBA)
  • Capacitybuilders
  • Civil Service Appeal Board (CSAB)
  • Commissioner for the Compact
  • Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL)
  • Futurebuilders Advisory Panel (FAP)
  • House of Lords Appointments Commission (HOLAC)
  • Main Honours Advisory Committee (MHAC)
  • Security Commission (SC) and Security Vetting Appeals Panel (SVAP)
  • Senior Salaries Review Body (SSRB)


A document sourced from Cabinet Office

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)
File:Cabinet-manual.pdfmanualUKOctober 2011Gus O'Donnell


  1. Cabinet Office Civil Contingencies Secretariat (CCS) How We Work This is archived web content selected for preservation by The National Archives. This snapshot was taken on 31/03/2009, accessed 6 March 2010