TISonline is CIPFAís online information resource for public sector financial managers. It provides over 30 information streams of guidance and commentary covering the financial, legislative, administrative and strategic context to the public services. TISonline information streams are supported by news, discussion forums and e-alert services.
To use TISonline you need to register and log on to the website. You will then have access to the information streams that are covered by your organisationís subscription. A range of subscription packages are available, covering individual information streams or the full TISonline service. For details of your organisationís current subscription, log on to the website.
The Adult Social Care and Health information stream has been updated in a number of areas, including Charging for Social Care Services; How is the NHS Performing?; Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework; and Sources of Information.
Capping and Council Tax Referendums has been updated to include the proposed council tax referendum principles for 2018/19, as announced in the government's consultation on the provisional local government finance settlement.
Current Developments provides a brief overview of the main areas of development and latest news relating to local government funding, and links to relevant documents. The section has been updated to include the provisional local government finance settlement and the latest announcements on business rates retention, business rates pilots and council tax referendum principles.
Head of Internal Audit's Annual Report and Annual Audit Opinion is a new section which outlines the requirement for the chief audit executive to provide an annual report to those charged with governance, which should include an opinion that concludes on the overall adequacy and effectiveness of the organisation’s framework of governance, risk management and control.
Right to Buy has been updated. This section covers the right to buy as it applies to some housing associations, and provides a summary of plans for the extension of the right to buy to housing association tenants in England on a voluntary basis.
Central Government Websites provides information on and links to central government functions and websites. This section has been updated to inlclude information on the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.