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The Queen’s Awards Office is responsible for managing and delivering the prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise which recognise and reward outstanding achievement by UK businesses and individuals.
The government’s consumer empowerment strategy sets out what government and others could do to help increase consumer insight and understanding of markets and, in that way, enable consumers to get better deals for themselves, both individually and collectively.
BIS is responsible for the Science and Research Budget totalling £4.6 billion per year. Innovation and science staff were keen to know more about activity going on to showcase some of that spending.
Alison Williams from Go-Science’s Science & Engineering (GSE) Profession team writes about the use of Linked In to help connect scientists and engineers across government.
We wanted to enhance social media monitoring, especially Twitter, in the BIS press office, and show that it could be an everyday part of the job without resulting in extra work.
In March 2012, the Focus on Enforcement policy team, who are part of the Better Regulation Executive, within BIS launched the Focus on Enforcement initiative.
Comments and online discussion of the #BISscisoc2012 science and society review. The review is going through a number of stages including a September review of expert group action plans, and, in October 2012, an invitation to comment on the vision & objectives for science & society.
In July 2012 BIS launched a consultation on modernising and simplifying consumer law on the supply of goods, services and digital content. As a policy area that affects everyone in the UK, this was a huge task.