Scorecard to rate Compact results

A Compact scorecard has been devised to help charities and councils rate how well they work together.

The scorecard gives the two sectors a chance to improve their relationship by measuring their progress on a number of key issues.

Hertfordshire County Council, Cheshire County Council, the Government Office for the South West and the Government Office for the North West are the first organisations to express an interest in the scheme.

The scorecard contains 12 questions that are meant to measure performance in governance, communication and training. Paul Baresi, an officer at Compact Voice, which created the scorecard, said: "It is a first attempt at measuring how the Compact is working and what needs to be done to improve it."

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