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Key findings from the Commissioning Improvement Programme

The Commissioning Improvement Programme (CIP) came to an end on 31 March 2011. CIP was delivered by IVAR as one strand of the National Programme for Third Sector Commissioning (NPTSC). The programme ran in 16 local authority areas across England between March 2010 and March 2011.

Key findings from the Commissioning Improvement Programme provides an overview of:

  • the key conditions required for commissioning improvement;
  • the outcomes of the programme;
  • the future challenges and opportunities facing the public and voluntary sectors in relation to commissioning.

For further reading, the report National Programme for Third Sector Commissioning: Impact evaluation can be downloaded here too.

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