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Exceptions to Cross-Government moratoria on spend in the Department for Work and Pensions Advertise & marketing Apr to June 15

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Department Organisation Name Project name Basis for expenditure approval Total Value Approved (£) Date of approval
DWP DWP 'Personal Independence Payment (PIP) full roll-out 15/16 To ensure the 1.5m claimants have access to the information they need to make a decision about claiming PIP before the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) ends. Build awareness of the changes and the timescales. Ensure claimants take the right actions to make a claim for PIP. Establish working with key stakeholders to provide information and support to claimants during PIP roll-out. 740,000 23/06/2015
DWP Pensions Regulator DWP, The Pensions Regulator, Automatic Enrolment Campaign 2015/16 DWP are requesting approval for the continuation of the Automatic Enrolment The aim of this specific activity is to build awareness and understanding of the benefits of the Automatic Enrolment, with some 930,000 eligible workers who will be automatically enrolled over the period 1st April to 30th September 2015, so they stay in pension saving. 2,405,500 20/04/2015
DWP DWP, Pension Automatic Enrolment Campaign - Individual and employers 15/16 Raise understanding, acceptance and social norms of workplace pensions and Automatic Enrolment through: 1. Encourage Employers to enage with Automatic Enrolment and educate them of their obligations to ensure compliance. 2. Maximise the 10m individuals being enrolled to encourage them to stay enrolled 3.Encourage people to save/save more for their retirement 4. Reassure individuals they have made the right decision for their retirement and future dignity/security 5. Continue to affirm positive behaviour 6,144,500 23/06/2015
DWP DWP, Childcare Campaign 15/16 Campaign to: Promote government-funded childcare, in order to improve understanding and encourage take-up. Promote the positive benefits. 516,390 23/06/2015