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The geek shall inherit the earth? Capacity and capability to commission and deliver Payment by Results (PbR)

Wong, Kevin (2014) The geek shall inherit the earth? Capacity and capability to commission and deliver Payment by Results (PbR). In: CRESR Seminar 2014, 03 December 2014 - 03 December 2014, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield UK. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Since coming to power in May 2010, the UK Coalition Government of the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties have forged ahead with Payment by Results (PbR) commissioning of criminal justice services. Four pilot PbR schemes were commissioned between 2010 and 2011, two in the community and two in prisons in England. In May 2013, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) announced its Transforming Rehabilitation (TR) plans for the wholesale commissioning of community based offender management services across England and Wales through PbR. Drawing on evidence from the four MoJ UK pilots and TR, this seminar will examine the extent to which the benefits of PbR have been realised and what lessons can be learned for the wider application of PbR in the commissioning of public services. In particular, Kevin will assess the extent to which commissioners and service providers have the capacity and capability to effectively commission and deliver PbR commissioned services.

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