Performance Improvement Framework: Formal Review of the Ministry of Defence (September 2012)
The Performance Improvement Framework helps Government organisations to identify gaps and opportunities between the current state of an organisation and the desired future state.
Published September 2012
The Review uses a model that considers: how well the agency has identified and responded to government priorities; how effectively and efficiently the agency is delivering its core business; and how well the agency is positioned to deliver now and in the future. A follow up review was undertaken in 2014.
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