2013 Report details for project: Payment by Results Pilot Programme

Project name: Payment by Results Pilot Programme - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation: MOJ (D18) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2013 (data is from Sept 2012)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: To develop, commission and oversee a programme of Payment by Results pilots which meet the Green Paper commitment to run 'at least' six PBR pilots covering a large proportion of the offender population - including: - two large-scale projects targeting offenders serving community sentences; two projects targeting offenders in custody, including those sentenced to less than 12 months; - two projects testing a local approach to justice reinvestment. This supports the Government's commitment to create a system introducing greater involvement of the private and voluntary sectors in the rehabilitation of offenders, including the use of payment by results, to cut re-offending as set out in the MoJ Departmental Business Plan. In addition to the six pilots outlined in the Green Paper, the MoJ launched the Social Impact Bond at HMP Peterborough in September 2010, testing a model of PBR utilising social investment. Following the publication of the Green Paper, Ministers have agreed to extend the package of pilots to include a jointly commissioned project with DWP to test the integration of a reoffending payment into the Work Programme, and innovation pilots where we will be exploring with the market ideas for reducing re-offending outside the scope of the six pilots outlined in the Green Paper. The Payment by Results programme will allow the MoJ to test and evaluate different delivery models which will help to build the market in the longer term, and to inform the ongoing policy. Following the NOMS FMC decision on High Down, the NOMS Agency Board reviewed the model and agreed to continue with an alternative incentivisation model, consequently this no longer forms part of the Pilot Programme.
DCA (RAG): Amber/Red
DCA text: In October 2012 Minsters announced their intention to roll out Payment by Results by 2015 to transform rehabilitation outcomes within a new Rehabilitation Programme. Work on the pilots still in development, (HMP Leeds, 2 Innovation pilots, Stafford and West Midlands and Wales Probation Trusts) was terminated. The remaining live PbR Pilots will continue under the governance of the new Transforming Rehabilitation Programme.
Start date: 2011-04-01
End date: 2015-12-31
Schedule text: As these Pilots are now 'Business As Usual' we will seek to close this as a Project later in 2013 rather than running through to end of 2015.
Baseline: £7.63m
Forecast: £7.63m
Variance: 0.00%
Variance text:
Whole Life Cost: £119.03m
WLCost text: These figures do not take account of the recent reduction in scale of the project, as detailed above. The revised financial figures for the project were submitted for subsequent reports.
Sourcefile: MOJ_2013.csv

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