2015 Report details for project: Help to Work Package

Project name: Help to Work Package - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation: DWP (D10) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2015 (data is from Sept 2014)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: The Department’s Help to Work Package supports the Government’s principle that the longer a jobseeker remains on Jobseeker’s Allowance or Universal Credit (for claimants subject to intensive work search requirements), the more the Department will expect of them to look for and secure suitable employment. A new package of Help to Work measures went live in every Jobcentre by 31 December 2014. One third of claimants returning from the Work Programme will be allocated to one of the following 3 elements depending on individual need: • Mandatory Intervention Regime (MIR) – coaches have more time to spend with claimants, and can use other support such as referral to training, local provision and using the flexible support fund. This will be a continuous period until the claimants’ barriers to employment have been addressed; claimants who have completed the other two elements will also be referred back to MIR. • Daily Work Search Reviews – a period of 4-13 weeks of daily activity at the Jobcentre. • Community Work Placements – a work placement that is of benefit to the community for up to 30 hours per week, and up to 10 hours of job-search activity.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: An MPA review was completed in November 2014. The delivery confidence assessment reflects that: • All previous MPA recommendations have been implemented. • All Jobcentres were live with all Help to Work measures by 31 December 2014. • Management Information reports that have been produced have been tested and confirmed as fit for purpose. • Robust contract management is in place.
Start date: 2013-12-19
End date: 2015-04-23
Schedule text: With all elements now introduced, the Project remains on plan for full delivery.
Baseline: £127.25m
Forecast: £130.96m
Variance: 3.00%
Variance text: n/a
Whole Life Cost: £695.66m
WLCost text: The Department will deliver the Help to Work package within the agreed budgeted whole life costs (as set out in the business case May 2014) and this is managed within the framework of all labour market packages to monitor total performance against forecast. The whole life costs to 2019-20 include additional Jobcentre Plus advisers and Work Programme provider costs.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2015.csv

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