Case Study: NAO propose the use of accreditation to improve public service delivery

NAO propose the use of accreditation to improve public service delivery

The UK National Audit Office, the Government department responsible for holding Parliament to account and improving the delivery and efficiency of public service delivery, publishes paper setting out how accreditation can act as an alternative to Regulation. It cites accreditation as a means of self-regulation, co-regulation (also known as enforced self-regulation) as effective alternatives whilst protecting and benefiting people, businesses and the environment, stabilising markets and addressing market failures to support economic growth.

The white paper can be downloaded from the NAO website. 

 

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