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Issue - meetings

Performance Management and Risk Outturn Report: Q1 2016/17

Meeting: 13/09/2016 - Cabinet (Item 108)

108 Performance Management and Risk Outturn Report: Q1 2016/16

Report by Dr Carlton Brand, Corporate Director.

Supporting documents:


Councillor Dick Tonge presented the report which provided a quarter four update on outturns against the measures and activities compiled and reported through the council’s website via the Citizens’ Dashboard and other key measures, as well as latest outturns on the council’s strategic risk register.


Issues highlighted in the course of the presentation and discussion included: the good performance in relation to reduced JSA claimants and increase in employment rates; the improved performance in schools; the close monitoring of young people not in employment, education or training; that local performance information would be disseminated to Community Areas as part of the Joint Strategic Assessments for that area; and the work being undertaken to encourage businesses to provide broadband services to rural communities.



To note the updates and outturns:

1.         Against the measures and activities ascribed against the council’s key outcomes; and


2.         In relation to the strategic risk register.


Reason for Decision:


The performance framework compiles and monitors outturns in relation to the outcomes laid out in the Business Plan. The framework is distilled from individual services’ delivery plans. In doing so, it captures the main focus of activities of the council against each outcome.


The strategic risk register captures and monitors significant risks facing the council: in relation to significant in-service risks facing individual areas, in managing its business across the authority generally and in assuring our preparedness should a national risk event occur. 




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