• Tue. Nov 29th, 2022

CQC Annual report and accounts (ARA): 2020 to 2021

Published: January 20, 2022

Our Annual Report and Accounts (ARA) reviews our progress and performance from 2020 to 2021. It also outlines the areas we need to focus on from 2021 to 2022.


Who are we and what do we do

Part 1: Performance report

The performance report consists of four sections:

Foreword from our President and CEO

Some of the main highlights and achievements of the CQC in 2020/21.

Performance Summary
A performance summary for 2020/21 that highlights significant achievements, progress towards our goals and targets, and our impact as a regulator.

How we used our money
An overview of the funding we receive, where our expenses are incurred and how we aim to demonstrate value for money.

Part 2: Accountability report

The accountability report consists of four sections:

Corporate Governance Report
The composition and organization of CQC governance structures and how this supports the achievement of our goals

Compensation and People Report
Remuneration policy for Council members, independent members and senior managers whom Parliament and other users consider essential to accountability.

Parliamentary accountability and audit report
The main documents of parliamentary responsibility in the annual report and the accounts.

Certificate and Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General to the Houses of Parliament.

Part 3: Financial Statements

The financial statements are prepared in accordance with the Financial Reporting Manual 2020/21, issued by HM Treasury, and include:

Statement of overall net expenditure
A statement of performance of the CQC, summarizing the income and expenditure for the year.

Statement of financial position
An overview of CQC’s assets and liabilities at year end.

Cash flow statement
Cash flow during the year.

Statement of changes in taxpayers’ assets
Movements to reserves during the year.

Notes to the financial statements
Additional details to the figures included in the four financial statements.

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