Managing to Deliver: Public Service Delivery in Northern Ireland

1 Apr 2010 Andrea Thornbury    Last updated: 27 Jun 2014

This research examines the impact of public service delivery in Northern Ireland and involved analysing the impact of contracted public services and developing a detailed assessment of the economic scale of public service delivery.
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This publication from NICVA's research unit, supported by the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Northern Ireland, examines the reality of delivering public services in Northern Ireland.

More than ever, voluntary and community organisations are becoming involved in the delivery of public services. Organisations are involved in the delivery of services in a wide range of areas including; disability, homelessness, education, young people and children. For organisations that choose to get involved in the delivery of public services there are both risks and rewards. This research set out to examine the reality of delivering public services in Northern Ireland and to measure the balance of risk and reward.

by Andrea Thornbury

Project Coordinator, Detail Data, ODI Belfast

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