Tag: Social Impact Bonds

BLF-SibFI

16 SIBs in the UK and more in the pipeline

homeless-guy-FI

Rough Sleepers and Payment by Results

prison-gate-FI

Mixed results for PbR resettlement pilots

SIB

Will SIBs become a mainstream way of funding public services? My take on new Social Market Foundation report. “Effective transfer of financial accountability is the holy grail of public service…

Razor risk

Tweet This is the fifth in a short series of posts by Richard Butler and his colleague Holger Westphely from Aylesbury Partnerships on managing risk in payment by results contracts. 3 Perspectives…

SF drug report

Tweet Measuring recovery The biggest challenge of the drug recovery payment by results pilots has been agreeing a simple but robust measurement system to report on whether new approaches to drug…

financial planning

Tweet This is the fourth in a series of posts about the five principles of PbR commissioning set out in a recent Audit Commission report. Principle 4: Sound Financing As I…

Tweet When I first became involved in designing and developing large scale projects to tackle drug-related crime, I was surprised at the reticence of some local authorities and other statutory…

Interview

Tweet There has been growing media coverage of Payment by Results schemes since the New Year, both here and abroad (particularly the USA, Canada and Australia). I’ve updated the free…

Tweet Most voluntary sector projects publish an annual report. Not many are greeted with the level of interest which met yesterday’s publication of the first report  of the ONE project…

Tweet ‘Payment by results’ is an approach to funding public services which mirrors how we pay for a meal in a restaurant. We typically give a healthy tip if we…

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