After publishing a paper

To consolidate and share knowledge of producing parliamentary papers once a paper has been published, government organisations should review how the paper was produced.

They should also:

  • consider what went right and what needs to be managed differently in the future
  • check whether any guidance needs to be updated, including guidance from The National Archives, and advise those concerned
  • share information with colleagues to inform future papers
  • ensure relevant colleagues (including those in other public sector organisations)¬†and suppliers are on The National Archives’ contact list for its guidance updates