The last 30 PSAs. Three-year PPE was last arrested in 2007. These agreements have results in different departments. Previous versions were within the jurisdiction of each department. Each agreement sets out a number of goals and objectives and identifies the people responsible. Here are the top five on the list. The rest can be found here. The public service contract 16PSA16 focused on combating social exclusion by supporting housing and employment outcomes for four of the most marginalized client groups identified in the government`s Action Plan for Social Exclusion, Reaching Out. These groups were former offenders, dependents, persons with learning disabilities and people who were doing secondary psychiatric services in I00 disease in the end-of-study ward. The firm`s office led PSA16 and defined national indicators for local authorities and local strategic partnerships to reflect the proportions within each group in appropriate housing and the share of employment. A manual of definitions of each of these indicators (NI 143-NI 150) has been published on the DCLG website. The local authorities provided basic data on the performance of the various authorities. Some of that data, for example.
B for NI 150 (proportion of adults using secondary mental health services and having employment) are based on proxy data from health sector surveys. Health Trusts are still collecting data on the Mental Health Minimum Data Set.THE PSA16 regional delivery boards have been set up across England and have collaborated with partners in the implementation of regional plans. Regional bodies reported on national intergovernmental structures. The plans for each region were overseen by the Deputy Regional Directors of Social Assistance, and each region had a PSA16 manager. Local authorities were encouraged to incorporate indicators of social exclusion into their local agreements, which was hampered by the lack of solid baseline data. The authorities, whose output performance was among the poorest, were encouraged to identify measures that would achieve PSA16`s targets. These include specific measures to meet needs under a broader indicator, such as NI 152 (working age (benefits for the unemployed) or NI 153 (working-age workers receiving unemployment benefits in the lowest performing neighbourhoods).