Monthly Archives: April 2018

Producing solutions with citizens – the Elephants project – Unlimited Potential

3rd April, 2018 / CCIN

For effective services, a better relationship is needed between people who deliver and use services. Organisations are looking towards citizens having an active role in design and delivery (co-production). There are ‘pockets’ of examples of lived experience/decision maker relationships across Greater Manchester. However, talk of better relationships has not yet ‘tipped over’ into widespread action, ...

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Spending and investing locally through innovative procurement processes – Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

3rd April, 2018 / CCIN

Through its Knowsley Better Together Principles, Knowsley Council aims to prioritise spending, investment or recruitment locally to build social value. There is a strong commitment within the Council to raise the profile of high quality procurement and its role in delivering benefits to the local community. By prioritising social value outcomes in procurement activity, the ...

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Living Well Collaborative – Lambeth Council

27th March, 2018 / CCIN

Overview Those commissioning public services are increasingly being expected to oversee rapid large-scale local change that achieve financial savings, but also to make services more accessible, personalised and focused on prevention. In Lambeth they have seized the opportunity to transform the mental health care system. By creating a radical new commissioning model and set of ...

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