The RFU have completed a highly-detailed four month report on the state of English rugby and made a host of recommendations to help move the game forward prior to the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
In announcing the report's findings and recommendations, RFU chief executive John Steele has also strongly condemned the 'culture of disrespect' he feels is holding back England's rugby progress.
The RFU commissioned the report to help put in place structures that will allow England to regain the William Webb Ellis trophy. Among the high profile changes is a scrapping of the director of elite rugby position currently filled by Rob Andrew.
Steele has also made public several of the report's key findings, including details that may be highly embarrassing to certain groups and individuals within English rugby.
"If we want English rugby to progress and take on the world we need to put our own house in order," Steele said. "We carried out a thorough review of every aspect of English rugby - everything and everyone from the national coach to the cleaning lady in my office at Twickenham was looked at. Changes must be made and they must be made quickly. And boy, oh boy, do we need to start winning on the field. Also, Doris the cleaner needs to start hoovering up properly behind my filing cabinets and not just doing the bits on the side."