A short review of voluntary sector experience of public sector commissioning

Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Newcastle council for voluntary service
Publisher
Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service
Date of publication
1 May 2017
Subject(s)
Social Work, Social Care and Social Services, Social Policy
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

Download (183KB )

This paper is part of a series of reports produced by Newcastle CVS and Skillsbridge under the general title of VCS2020.

The 2015 reports were commissioned by Newcastle City Council, and have been presented and discussed at the Voluntary Sector Liaison Group, a quarterly meeting between voluntary sector representatives, supported by Newcastle CVS, and Newcastle City Councillors and officers.

This review looks at current conditions within the voluntary sector, and considers what is required to ensure a thriving and influential sector in the future. In recent years public sector procurement and contracting processes increased in importance for many voluntary organisations in Newcastle. This review asks how the relationships and practice between commissioners and the local voluntary may change, and what lessons can be learnt.

More from Social welfare collection

Related to Social Work, Social Care and Social Services

Voluntary sector in Newcastle: key facts

This is a quick and easy guide to information about the size and economic impact of the voluntary sector in Newcastle.

Brexit: implications for the voluntary sector

This briefing considers the wider implications of Brexit and its potential impact on the voluntary sector

Leading change in the public sector

This research was conducted before the 2010 election and explored how well prepared were public sector managers for the likely cuts in budgets, irrespective of who won. Perhaps most striking was the

Public sector employers' attitudes

This paper presents the findings of research commissioned by Acas in December 2010 into the attitudes of public sector employers regarding Acas collective conciliation. The purpose of the study was

More items related to this subject