Securing Added Value and Efficiencies (SAVE) Programme
To be a financially responsible government while delivering appropriate services for our nation is a priority of our Programme for Government.
Government must save £25 million over the next five years to help balance its budget.
The challenge for us all – the public, Tynwald Members, government departments and its employees - is to identify opportunities, initiatives and projects to help meet this target.
We invite you to join our challenge by telling us how we could deliver our public services in new and innovative ways. These could include, for example, outsourcing, partnering and using technological solutions.
We need your ideas. Please tell us:
- your idea and how it could be implemented
- why you think this is important
Ideas can be submitted online until 14 May 2017.
All ideas will be assessed by the SAVE team for the consideration of the Council of Ministers in summer 2017. Council will decide which to develop further and put into action. The projects selected will help Government achieve the budget reduction target of £25 million, as outlined in Treasury's 2017-18 Budget.
The SAVE programme team was appointed in February 2017 by Treasury Minister Alfred Cannan MHK and includes: Bill Shimmins MHK, David Ashford MHK, and Lawrie Hooper MHK, supported by officers from the Treasury and Cabinet Office.
For more information contact Karen Malone the SAVE Programme Manager.