The Scottish Government is looking for information on how organisations and individuals use the National Performance Framework (NPF).
The current NPF was developed with input from over 200 organisations from the public and private sectors, local government, voluntary sector and communities, and thousands of individuals. At its launch in June 2018, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said, “The new NPF belongs to all of Scotland and together we can fulfil the promise contained in it.”
As part of its continuous improvement programme, the Scottish Government is now asking people and organisations how they currently use (or don’t use) the NPF, and what could make it more useful. It is looking for as many people as possible to complete a short survey to let it know what they think. The survey is open until 27October 2021.
As well as informing the continuous improvement programme, responses will also help shape the questions asked during the next NPF review.