In HM Treasury, officials spend a lot of time looking at charts, figures and other data to assess the best policy options. One data trend that has caught our attention in recent years is the growing value of intangible assets …
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The knowledge assets work is led out of a HM Treasury team, which is working to set the framework for public bodies to manage their knowledge assets, so that government policies and decisions think about the knowledge assets they are generating and have access to the relevant expertise to support the management of these assets.
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