Single Outcome Agreement Scotland

Our SOA is a ten-year plan that determines the added value that partners can achieve by planning, resources and delivering services in collaboration with local communities. The Single Outcome Agreement for 2013-2023 defines local outcomes tailored to each of the 15 national outcomes agreed in the Concordat. The 15 national outcomes are defined in a local context, describing the main challenges, local priorities, actions, indicators and agreed objectives. This key document is the result of extensive consultations with the community and discussions with our community planning partners. Through the Concordat, the Councils commit to support progress at the national level by improving results at the local level. See www.improvementservice.org.uk/core-programmes/single-outcome-agreements-/ Edinburgh SOA was developed through a detailed process of discussion, engagement and analysis conducted by the Edinburgh Family Partnership on behalf of the city`s community planning partners, with the aim of achieving the desired outcomes for the people of Edinburgh. In 2009, the municipal urban planning partnership formalized a second version of the agreement, confirming the 24 local results planned for the city until 2010/2011. Each year, the Council shall report on the progress of the results set out in the single result agreement. This single outcome agreement for 2013-2023 between the Scottish Government and the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership sets priorities that will focus on achieving better outcomes for the people of the Outer Hebrides. The Outer Hebrides SOA was developed by the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership, which recognises the key role that the public sector, the non-profit sector, municipalities and the private sector will play through partnership in achieving local results and contributing to the Scottish Government`s national results. The sector is a challenge…

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