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The End of Commissioning

Commissioning is at an end. It's time for a better way of thinking about the relationship between the state, the citizen and public services.


The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.

Slides on The End of Commissioning © Simon Duffy 2013.

All Rights Reserved. No part of this paper may be reproduced in any form without permission from the publisher except for the quotation of brief passages in reviews.

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Local Area Coordination

Local Area Coordination

Ralph Broad describes a long-standing social innovation, first developed in Australia, which helps people stay part of their communities and prevents crises and unmet need.

Community Sourcing and Social Care

Community Sourcing and Social Care

This new report by Chris Yapp and Chris Howells offers an alternative to privatisation and the hollowing out of local government.

It's the Toughest of Commissions (Song)

It's the Toughest of Commissions (Song)

Bob Rhodes offers a song about the paradoxes of commissioning.

Commissioning for Health and Well-Being

Commissioning for Health and Well-Being

This book explores what commissioning is, where it has come from and where it might be taking us.

Commissioning for Health Improvement

Commissioning for Health Improvement

Brian Fisher describes a model developed in Lewisham which could shift healthcare away from institutional and hospital-based provision towards health improvement.

Commissioning for Innovation

Commissioning for Innovation

Commissioning for innovation means focusing on the real assets of community in order to shape innovative and appropriate solutions to meet real community needs.