Consultation on the future definition of public service mutuals

Contribute today to DCMS’s consultation on the future definition of public service mutuals

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) wants to hear your views on how public service mutuals should be defined. This is an opportunity for those involved in public service delivery to reflect on how a robust definition can unite staff-led service providers.

Baxendale has worked with the government to develop the proposal as part of our ongoing work to implement and promote effective delivery models in the public sector.

Find out how you can join the debate below.

What is the current definition?

An organisation that has left the public sector, delivers public services and has a significant degree of staff ownership or influence.

What changes are proposed?

The suggested changes primarily relate to:

Who can reply?

Anyone interested in public service delivery. DCMS particularly want to hear from: commissioners and delivery organisations, staff, users and communities, and representative industry bodies.

How can I take part?

Find out more information about the consultation and how to respond on the DCMS website here. The deadline has been extended and is now October 18th.

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