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Improving public services
Guidance and services
Invest to Save 2019 to 2020: general guidance for applicants
Guidance on funding to help your public service organisation become more efficient and effective.
Public services boards: guidance on the use of evidence and analysis
Guidance to help public services boards prepare their local well-being assessments and plans.
Invest to Save 2019 to 2020: scoring criteria
How to set out your proposals and the way we will score them.
Guidance on the scrutiny of public services boards
Guidance to help local authorities support the development of public services boards.
Community Asset Transfer (CAT): guidance for applicants
Explains the process when the ownership or management of a property is transferred from a public sector body to a third sector or community group.
Innovate to Save
Innovate to Save supports new ideas that could improve public services and generate cashable savings in Wales.
Making good decisions: guidance for public authorities
Guidance to help public service organisations make good decisions that are lawful.
Property collaboration toolkit
Guidance to assist public bodies to work together to make the best use of the public estate.
Green Growth Fund
Funding for public sector projects which support the Welsh Government's energy efficiency strategy.
Guidance on the use of non-guaranteed hour arrangements in public services
Guidance to help public service bodies make appropriate arrangements for casual staff.
Transparency of senior salaries in the devolved public sector
Advice on what information public sector bodies should report about senior staff pay.
Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015: guidance
Guidance to help public bodies meet their duties under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act.
Public Services Boards
Public Services Boards (PSBs) improve joint working across all public services in each local authority area in Wales.
Workforce (two-tier) code of practice: standards for the public sector
What public bodies must or should do to ensure fair treatment of the workforce when public services are outsourced.
Invest to Save 2019 to 2020
Invest to Save provides short-term funding to public service organisations to help them become more efficient and effective.
Workforce (two-tier) code of practice: guidance for the public sector
Guidance to help public bodies apply the workforce code of practice in contracts.
Future generations framework for service design
A tool to help people working in public services apply the Well-being of Future Generations Act to services they plan, develop and provide.
Workforce (two-tier) code of practice: model contract terms and conditions for the public sector
Example of a contract public bodes could use when transferring staff to a third party.
Wales accord on the sharing of personal information (WASPI)
A tool to help public service providers share relevant personal data.
Evaluation of the Flexible Funding Programme: privacy notice
This privacy notice tells you how your data will be processed and how long we will keep it for.
Invest to Save 2019 to 2020: application form
Funding to help your public service organisation become more efficient and effective.
Trade Union (Wales) Act 2017: guidance
Explains how the Trade Union (Wales) Act 2017 affects how the UK Trade Union Act 2016 is applied in Wales.
Policy and background
Includes strategy, reports, projects and assessments.
UK voluntary national review: Welsh supplementary report 2019
A report on the UK's progress towards the United Nations sustainable development goals 2030.
Report of the commission on public service governance and delivery
A review of public services, the challenges they face and recommendations on how to improve them.
Commission on public service governance and delivery: equality impact assessment
An assessment of how the commission on public service governance and delivery affects equality of opportunity.
Register of devolved public bodies
Details of the main organisations and bodies who provide public services in Wales.
Invest to Save 2018 annual report
In 2017 to 2018 the Invest to Save fund provided investment of £14 million to 21 projects.
Invest to Save 2018 directory of projects
Live and completed projects with amounts invested and benefits gained.
Different structures for delivering public services using social housing as a case study area
This report presents findings on how housing associations and community mutuals operate.
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