Iain Duncan Smith's universal credit scheme has been given a unique classification in an annual progress report issued by the Government.
Although many of the projects are listed as being "exempt" from publishing a green, red or amber risk (most citing the Freedom of Information Act as the reason), the universal credit scheme is the only one to be listed as "Reset".
During 2013, the Programme was reset, culminating in the revised plans announced on 5 December 2013.
The lack of transparency was highlighted by The Independent, which claimed the Major Project Authority had rated universal credit as “red”, signifying that it is “unachievable within reasonable timescales and to a reasonable budget without urgent remedial action”.
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