From protecting our food standards to custodianship of land and property ownership, provision of legal aid services to the promotion of sport, Non-Departmental Public Bodies, Arm’s Length Bodies, Semi States and Non-Commercial State Agencies all play a crucial role in the delivery of important public services.
Although these organisations generally sit outside the structure of formal government, they are just as accountable and all have an enormous responsibility to ensure they use public funding effectively, transparently and for the greater good.
Governments have encouraged Non-departmental bodies to be much clearer in how they organise and present information, particularly around the themes of Governance, Performance & Risks, Data, and Customers & Citizens.
To be able to provide information about organisational performance against strategic goals, effective understanding and management of risk and transparency of good organisational governance, it is crucial that the correct systems are in place.
Decision Time’s suite of governance software can help. Contact us today to find out how Non-departmental bodies are using our platform to digitise cumbersome and expensive paper based processes, improve the speed and quality of decision making, improve data security, drive process efficiency and cost savings, and make access to information much easier.
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