Programme for Government/Outcomes Delivery Plan

While it will be for an incoming Executive to set out its priorities, the former Executive had agreed to develop a Programme for Government (PfG) focused on achieving outcomes of societal wellbeing.

Draft Programme for Government

The draft Programme subsequently prepared by the Executive was consulted on extensively during 2016. At its centre was a framework of outcomes designed to target those things that will make real improvements to people’s quality of life.

You can access the 2016 Programme for Government consultation documentation via the link below:

Following consultation on the draft PfG and an associated Equality Impact Assessment, officials have continued to develop the PfG framework to make it as responsive as possible to the needs of people and the things they identified as necessary for societal wellbeing.

A copy of the updated draft framework is available via the link below:

Outcomes Delivery Plan (ODP)

The draft Programme for Government (PfG) framework is used as the basis for the Outcomes Delivery Plan (ODP) which is in place until ministers return to office and the Executive is restored.

The ODP sets out the actions that departments are taking to give effect to the previous Executive’s stated objectives of Improving wellbeing - by tackling disadvantage and driving economic growth.

Outcomes Delivery Plan 2018-19

Read the Outcomes Delivery Plan 2018-19 via the link below:

Supporting data for the Outcomes Delivery Plan can be accessed from our interactive Outcomes Viewer via the link below.

Read the mid-year and end-year reports for the 2018-19 Outcomes Delivery Plan, via the links below:

Contact the PfG Team:

Telephone: 028 9052 0584

Or by writing to:

Programme for Government Team
The Executive Office
Room A5.01
Castle Buildings

Related to Programme for Government/Outcomes Delivery Plan

Access to information

How to request information from the Executive Office including Freedom of Information (FOI) and the use of our Publication Scheme.

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