|Agency||Chief Secretary's Office|
|Topic||Scope of Government|
|Title||Consultation on the Scope of Government|
An independent review in to the Scope of Government in the Isle of Man has concluded that Government delivers too many services directly to the public. It proposes a number of ‘Alternative Means of Service Delivery’, including arrangements that would encourage a more commercial approach to the provision of some services, and a greater emphasis on achieving value for money. The Council of Ministers is holding a consultation on the recommendations contained within the review and is encouraging feedback from members of the local community. People can submit their views by post, by email or via an online survey.
|Consultation Period||28 August 2012 - 5 October 2012|
|Contact for Queries and Responses||Kirsty Hemsley|
Senior Policy and Research Officer
Chief Secretary's Office
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