Public Service Agreements (2008-2011)†
- HM Treasury
New PSAs set out the key priority outcomes the Government wants to achieve in the next spending period (2008-2011).
- Each PSA is underpinned by a single Delivery Agreement shared across all contributing departments and developed in consultation with delivery partners and frontline workers. Delivery Agreements are available below and set out plans for delivery and the role of key delivery partners.
- They also describe the small basket of national outcome-focussed performance indicators that will be used to measure progress towards each PSA. A subset of indicators also have specific national targets or minimum standards attached, and details are set out in the relevant Delivery Agreement. All other national indicators are expected to improve against baseline trends over the course of the spending period.
A Government-wide commitment to build services around the needs of citizens and businesses will be integral to the achievement of each of the PSA outcomes set out above. The Government has today also published a Service Transformation Agreement, which underpins delivery of the new PSA framework, setting out the Government's vision for building services around the citizen and specific actions for each department in taking forward this challenging agenda.
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